This set of Leading Teams leader guides covers the seven essential leadership skills of leading teams. Each guide includes a written introduction, teaching points, scripture passages and reflection, and discussion questions for the following topics:
- Building community: knitting together a group of people who work, play and worship together well
- Leading meetings: designing and facilitating effective meetings that have a clear purpose and agenda
- Facilitating learning: noticing teachable moments and helping people learn from their experiences through reflection
- Delegating: developing others and freeing up your own time by intentional giving away of tasks and responsibilities
- Supervising leaders: providing the necessary oversight to lead others in effective ministry
- Coaching leaders: coming alongside a person to help them discover God’s agenda for their life and ministry
- Ministry and money: handling ministry money with integrity and transparency
Each topic has participant guides to hand out to those you are training and leader guides for yourself that give you a bit more content. There’s even a section that lays out various options for covering the material with those you’re training.
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All topics in the series:
- Personal Development – 5 skills
- Developing Leaders – 6 skills
- Leading Teams – 7 skills
- Organizational Development – 8 skills
- Communication Skills – 6 skills
- Pastoral Skills – 5 skills
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