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It’s no surprise that men and women view investing very differently. The language, the approach, and the decision making process are unique to the way each one is wired. Learning how to bridge the money conversations between couples as clients can make a tremendous difference in client retention and attracting referrals for new clients. Solidify your current relationships and grow new clients by learning new paths to engage the female client. Pam Pugh & Sharon Epps of Women Doing Well and Amy Sherman of the Sagamore Institute provide a sneak peek at the early results of a national research project and explore ways to create interactive dialogue with men and women. You will receive helpful takeaways to implement into your practice.
Sharon Epps is the Chief Operating Officer and Director of Training for Kingdom Advisors. Sharon has a background in corporate banking, as a stewardship pastor, and as an executive with Crown Financial Ministries and Generous Church. Sharon was also a co-founder of Women Doing Well. Sharon’s passion is to energize stewardship and generosity through highly-leveraged leaders.
Pam Pugh is a co-founder of Women Doing Well. Pam guides charitable organizations in strategic planning & implementation through her firm, Reaching Forward, LLC, and is passionate about forming generosity collaborations to unleash a wealth of financial resources to further the gospel of Christ. Pam helped pioneer the non-cash giving program as an executive with the National Christian Foundation.
Dr. Amy Sherman is the author of five books (including Restorers of Hope and Kingdom Calling) and numerous “how-to” ministry manuals, and scores of articles for various publications. She frequently speaks to gatherings of Christian community ministry practitioners or public policy leaders. Dr. Sherman conducted the groundbreaking study of more than 7,400 Christian women, published in the Women Doing Well report, Directions in Women’s Giving, which has helped to launch a movement among Christian women who desire to steward their resources in light of God’s generous heart.