“Here are nine approaches and practices that will help you develop a culture of honest feedback without getting defensive.”
“Experienced leaders know you can accomplish far more with a team than you can by yourself.”
“The following points will help you lead your team to healthy practices.”
“Life-work balance is only necessary when you’re doing a job you hate.”
“How can you improve your church staff culture?”
I remember an especially hard year as a leader. It was so bad several members of our staff had told me where I was letting them down.
Unless you are a curmudgeon, these signs would give you a favorable impression of the church.
While many churches have Facebook pages, most do not know how best to utilize the platform for Kingdom growth.
When a church staff member leaves, leaders always have questions. Could we have kept them? What would have made the difference?
I was certain there would be a high level of subjectivity in the answers I would receive based upon the differences of church sizes, styles and staff cultures of those I asked. I was surprised to find an overall consensus on these three church staff positions.