Whether interviewing a candidate for a teaching pastor position or an administrative support position, these are my go-to questions that continue to give me insight into the person during my initial interviews.
“Feeling under pressure? Overworked? Are you and your team working hard but can’t seem to keep up, let alone get ahead? You are not alone.”
“Good leaders know not to surround themselves with themselves.”
Great staff chemistry is vital for growth, and it doesn’t just happen on its own.
Every ministry leader has felt it: the panic of not having enough volunteers for an event or program.
Certainly recovery can take a long time, but if you’ve been ambushed and find yourself on the street, here are the first steps I’d take …
The right new hire can literally improve the performance of the entire team. But hiring the wrong person could set back your church for years.
Some advice from the hiring side of the table.
On paper, it can be hard to tell a good candidate from a not-so-good one. Here are 8 warning signs to watch out for when trying to fill that open position.
It’s a hiring process. So why do we treat it like a beauty pageant?