… is knowing what you’re trying to accomplish. If you want to develop leaders—and know that you’re being successful in that endeavor—you need to get more concrete and specific about what you’re aiming for. What does a leader look like? How do you know if you have one? A good map isn’t helpful unless you know your destination.
Take time to reflect on these three questions:
• What are you trying to produce?
• What’s the process for figuring that out?
• How do you make sure it’s linked in with your values?
Now select just one area of leadership development you want to work on first (e.g. small group leaders, youth ministry, etc.) Now what do you want those leaders to DO? Be specific and behavioral.
Ministry area: __________________