Short-Term Missions
Team Dynamics
Building a unified team.
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Wherever a team is assembled, conflict will ensue. On a short-term mission trip, where members of the team must fully rely on each other and spend every moment of the day together, the potential for interpersonal disaster multiplies many times over. The first-time leader and the seasoned veteran will find this resource packed with ideas for promoting team unity and dealing with the inevitable conflicts that result when people work closely together.

This 33-page resource will will help you train and direct the leaders and members of your short-term missions team.

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Topics:Conflict, Team building, Team leadership, Teamwork, Unity
Filters:Missions, Short-Term Missions Leader
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Paul Nkhata

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