Team Development: The Three C’s Around Developing A Strong, Healthy Group
By Megan Kelly · February 16, 2018 • Whether you’re assigning day-to-day tasks or working on a big project, clear boundaries are important to maintain a healthy work environment.
Aim To Be a ‘Development’ Culture, not a ‘Doing’ Culture
By Debbie Keough · January 23, 2018 • What if instead of just being busy doing the work, we were busy developing others to do the work? Create a multilevel developmental program to grow our teams, leaders, and capacity.
Team Development: It Must Start With Recruiting, Assembling
By Eric Byrd · January 18, 2018 • Make sure you communicate to your team that the changes you plan on implementing are to keep and attract people to the team, not to kick members off of it.
Team Development: Aim To Create A Welcome Space for Worship
By Ralph Hicks · January 17, 2018 • Each team should develop leaders within the group to help train and encourage. The people that you train today will be our leaders tomorrow.
Your Ministry’s Farm System: School Days
By Michael Edgar Myers · January 17, 2018 • In schools, there are some teacher-student relationships (can you say Paul and Timothy?) that result in teens feeling welcome and returning after college. What similar relationships are forged in your ministry?
Team Development: Asking Yourself, ‘Who Owns It?’
By Marcus Hammond · January 16, 2018 • Trust is as much about anticipating success as it is about accepting failure, as long as something is learned in the process.
Does Your Ministry Need To Have a Farm System?
By Michael Edgar Myers · January 15, 2018 • Where churches struggle – in the planting phase, and especially in the aging period – is that so much of the work is too often left done in too few hands.
Common Language, Common Ground: Improving Team Communication
By Adrian Gates · January 2, 2018 • Responsibility for communication falls to the leader, and often requires getting out of your comfort zone, to where one must attempt to speak in a language that is understood.
Team Development: The Afterburner – Mission Accomplished
By Stefan Svard · December 19, 2017 • If the clear understanding is that operating in afterburner mode all the time will burn up all the fuel – it is not an efficient way to do things. It is there for when you really need that quick boost to escape harm, with the expectation that one eventually return to normal operating mode.
From Production Director to Nonprofit: ‘It Was Time’
By Andres Caamano · December 6, 2017 • A few months ago, Digital Great Commission Ministries came to fruition, as David Leuschner began working with a series of churches on aspects of live production.
Five Methods for Making Better Team Decisions
By Len Wilson · November 22, 2017 • In a healthy collaborative environment, the role of individual team members becomes more about leading the discussion around a particular aspect of worship, such as music, rather than dictating what idea will become the final decision for worship.
Team Development: Plan for Failure to Achieve Success
By Mike Sokol · November 3, 2017 • The best way to grow as individuals and technicians on your church tech team is through trial and error.
Team Development: Creating Team Culture
By Megan Kelly · October 20, 2017 • Our goal as leaders is to help our team members be the best they can be. Creating that kind of culture stirs the heart of volunteers and breeds unity and teamwork.
Ensure Your Current Team Is As Healthy As Possible
By Justin Firesheets · October 16, 2017 • Before one starts assigning roles and tasks, take the time to invest individually in each member of one's team, to determine their respective strengths and weaknesses.
Team Development: Take the Time to Listen, Evaluate, Decide
By Mike Paschal · September 14, 2017 • If you begin making decisions based on a wavering vision and values, you will continue to make reactionary changes based solely on people’s opinions and not a vision.
Latest ResourceWorship Facilities Magazine, January-February 2018
The January-February 2018 issue of Worship Facilities Magazine offers articles about the many steps a church had to take in the aftermath of a fire, and another involving a church making the jump to 4K.