Practical Ministry Skills
Making Teams Work
Help your ministry teams run more smoothly.
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Overview

What kinds of challenges do you face on your church boards and committees? Expectations that don't line up? Divisive decision making? Lack of accountability?

This 16-page training pack includes a variety of practical tips and suggestions to foster healthy team dynamics. Share it with anyone in your congregation who leads a team, or even entire teams. NOTE: You have permission to make up to 1,000 copies of this resource to be distributed in a church or educational setting.

This Resource contains all of the following:

Clarifying Expectations
Effective teamwork begins with clear communication.

Reaching Better Team Decisions (free sample)
How to make important choices without dividing the group.

Making the Most of Meetings
Suggestions for successful team gatherings.

Ministry Team Diagnostics
How to avoid the five most common dysfunctions of a ministry team.

The Mixed-gender Team
How men and women can work in sync.

Communicating with a Volunteer Team
Follow these guidelines for keeping your workers up to speed.

Leaving Room for Spiritual Gifts
A diverse team lets every member play to his or her strengths.


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Topics:Communication, Disagreements, Empowerment, Management, Team leadership, Teamwork, Unity, Volunteers
Filters:Church board, Committee member, Management
References:1 John 4:18, Ephesians 4:11
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