Team Development

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.

Team Development: Continue to Develop Your Craft, Focus on What’s Important
By Nathan VonMinden · August 2, 2017 • When seeking for ways to help grow your team, be aware of certain "what not to do" pitfalls, beginning with expecting your team members to work on improving in their craft on their own.

Team Development: Dreamers, Thinkers Need Each Other
By Eric Bramlett · July 24, 2017 • The creative team needs time, energy and attention paid to both dreamers and thinkers, whereby projects often end up not having enough time devoted to both sides, and conflict that could be avoided arises.

The Cult of Personality: Saving Your Team from Yourself
By Adrian Gates · July 19, 2017 • While we are leading a team, it’s tempting to think we’ll always be leading it, but the truth is someday the Lord will move us on to the next assignment. On that day, we leave something behind. Will it be a legacy that can be built upon?

Team Development: Investing in Your Volunteers is Key
By Van Metschke · July 18, 2017 • For some of us techie types, it would be easier to focus on the mechanical, the task, and the equipment, but those on our team are the most important asset we have.

Team Development: God Uses Moments to Grow Us As Leaders
By Stephen Brewster · July 14, 2017 • As you lead, you will start to leverage the right people for the right opportunities. Learn what the skills are from each member of your team.

Team Development: When We Come Together, Anything Can Happen
By Megan Kelly · July 11, 2017 • Jesus is the reason why we do what we do. Our talents are His. Our hearts are His. Our goal is to serve Him.

Team Development: Focus On the ‘Why,’ ‘For Whom’ When Singing
By Grant Norsworthy · July 7, 2017 • There’s something about music and singing a well-written, well-crafted song with some passion, volume and even some abandon that goes beyond us.

Team Development: How Best to Grow Your Team With Volunteers
By Dennis Choy · July 6, 2017 • If you can get your church's tech team to help look for the newest recruits for your team along with you, then you have a much wider net to be casting from.

Team Development: Building A Quality Team
By David Leuschner · July 6, 2017 • In order to build an effective team, you must set aside time for getting to know your team. This seems easy, but it can be challenging.

Team Development: Seek to Work in Three Emotions Each Sunday
By Mike Paschal · June 29, 2017 • Each Sunday people walk in broken, worried, sad, angry, confused, tired, or lost. In spite of all that is going on in those people's lives, they show up to church looking for help.

Team Development: The “Yes, And…” of Ministry
By Michael Edgar Myers · June 20, 2017 • "Seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well." – Matthew 6:33

Latest Resource

Worship Facilities Magazine, September-October 2017
The September-October 2017 issue of Worship Facilities Magazine offers a glance at a Granger Community Church, and their recent install of a Lawo audio mixing console system.

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