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Relationships between female leaders are often marked by competition and contempt. It doesn't have to be this way.

7. Value mentoring. Honor other women by seeking their wisdom and support. Advocate for other women by offering encouragement, affirmation, and inclusion.

Jen Oyama Murphy is a former small-group director and support and recovery ministry director. She loves working as a lay counselor and bringing care into stories of shame and harm. Jen writes regularly for WomenLeaders.com.

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