The Dynamics of Team (PDF)
Today, many leaders in the church are gifted, capable, and passionate. It seems that there has never been a shortage of talent. However, talent does not guarantee long-term success. To succeed over time, ministry leaders must learn how to utilize their capabilities together with others. Regardless of a person’s natural gifting, if they are unable to collaborate with different types of people, respond positively to outside feedback, and properly communicate their appreciation for others, they will harm the overall culture of their ministry department or church.
In The Dynamics of Team, Paul Records provides leaders with a wealth of tools, teaching outlines, and reproducible handouts aimed at improving interpersonal relations within the local church.
“We create a better church culture and find great fulfillment when we accomplish noble tasks with others despite difficulties.”
BONUS MATERIALS INCLUDE:
- An Interpersonal Skills Assessment designed to rate a person’s ability to succeed in team environments.
- A case study on team leadership highlighting the epic 1914 Shackleton expedition to the Antarctic.
- A bonus lesson entitled, “Team Meetings that Work,” which guides leaders in improving the way they conduct, organize, and perceive team meetings.