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In this video, Mark Brewer and Christina Kee from the Oaks Church discuss three categories to create a culture of positive staff chemistry.
For every organization that hires people, there is a different hiring philosophy. You can hire people to do one specific job, or you can look for people who empower others; people who can build teams and multiply the effectiveness of your organization. In this episode of CMN Less Than 10, Aaron Burke, Lead Pastor of Radiant Church in Tampa, FL shares his perspective on staff hiring and how his philosophy of hiring people who empower people has been a game-changer for Radiant.
Keep these issues in view when it comes to compensating staff members.
In this video Kristi Northup, who planted a church in Louisiana, shares from her experience as both a worship leader and a church planter what kind of questions to ask when hiring this pivotal role on your team.
Chad Stafford shares insight on the details of church mergers so that it can be a smooth and healthy process.
Most team meetings are happing over digital platforms during the COVID-19 pandemic. In this video, Chris Railey talks to Mike Barnette, lead pastor of LifePoint Church in Tenessee, about how to lead a team virtually and still be effective.
Chad Stafford, the lead pastor of Coastal Church in Alabama, explains why every church needs evangelistic growth in order to multiply and be healthy.
The lowly sticky note could help your ministry team in surprising ways.
To stop losing your talented staff, you need to find new ways to maximize the moments you have with them. At the end of the day, no leader can keep any person forever. But, you can add some new practices to your leadership to retain quality staff. In this CMN less than 10, Dan Hunter shares some tips on how every leader can keep their talented team members around for a longer season.
Here are four things your ministry team can accomplish through a weekly staff meeting.