Best Church Practices
Giving and Receiving Feedback
In "Giving and Receiving Feedback," you'll find a series of forms—as well as some tips—for conducting surveys and evaluations in your church.
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Overview

Use this resource to learn more about where your congregation is coming from, and to give your church's staff better feedback and direction.

This Resource contains all of the following:

How to Give and Receive Feedback 
Be intentional about what you’re trying to learn and how you do it.

Annual Employee Performance Evaluation 

New Employee Goals and Performance Evaluation 

Pastor’s Annual Performance Evaluation 

Survey: Evaluating the State of the Church 

General Congregational Survey 

Survey: Lay Ministry and Volunteer Feedback 

Survey: Adult Education Program Satisfaction 

Event Satisfaction Survey Sample: Stewardship Dinner 


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Topics:Administration, Assessment, Communication, Evaluation, Management, Measuring ministry, Supervision, Vision
Filters:Deacon, Elder, Management, Office administrator, Spiritual director
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