Results for “teams”
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The most productive teams operate on a high level of trust. One of the biggest hindrances to an effective team can be the lack of trust among teammates. Being trustworthy is a skill and a discipline that team members can be coached on. In this episode of the CMN Leadership Podcast, Chris Railey wraps up a three-part series on leading effective teams from the book Teams That Thrive by Ryan Hartwig and Warren Bird. This episode will focus on three aspects of trustworthiness for your team to work on.
An effective team rarely happens by accident. But oftentimes, teams fail to reach their potential because of common problems that can be strategically avoided. In this episode of the CMN Leadership Podcast, Chris Railey continues a three-part series on leading effective teams from the book Teams That Thrive by Ryan Hartwig and Warren Bird. This episode will focus on the four common reasons teams get derailed and how to avoid them.
We generally think teams are a good idea. We are trained to believe that teams are better than individuals. However, when we're not leading well, teams can actually make things worse. In this week's episode of the CMN Leadership Podcast, Chris Railey begins a three-part series on leading effective teams. This episode will focus on why strong teams are needed for long-term growth.
In a complex, dynamic, multi-level, highly collaborative organization, trust and communication are everything. We can only grow to the level our trust and communication will allow us to grow. Often times teams think they are on the same page until they painfully and dramatically discover they are not. In this week's episode of the CMN Leadership Podcast, Chris Railey discusses the illusion of agreement and how to avoid it.
Feeling restless can take the joy out of any season. Sometimes you may be eager to leave when God is calling you to stay or to stay when God is calling you to go. When dealing with a restless season it is helpful to get wisdom from those who have been there before. In this week's episode of the CMN Leadership Podcast, Chris Railey looks at the life of King David for five principles that will help you turn a season of restlessness into a season of growth.
A poor attitude is the quickest way to lose influence and credibility in leadership. Attitude is more than just an outlook, it's a spiritual discipline and a choice. In this week's episode of the CMN Leadership Podcast, Chris Railey looks to the Apostle Paul for five keys to choosing the right attitude regardless of our circumstances.
Matthew Delgadillo, pastor of the Discovery Church Bakersfield downtown campus (one of the fastest-growing churches in America), shares some of the benefits and challenges that campus pastors have to address in this episode of CMN Less Than Ten.
We all know the value of communication, but we still struggle to do it well. Lack of communication is one of biggest dysfunctions of every team. Ultimately, communication issues create a gap between expectation and performance. In this week's episode, Chris Railey talks about closing this gap.
In this video Mike Santiago, Lead Pastor of Focus Church in Raleigh, North Carolina, talks about how to recruit new volunteers. Volunteers are an essential part of a healthy church and service is one of the primary ways people experience hands-on discipleship. This video will map out how to effectively invite people to serve and connect them in the right spot when they do.
Leaders are builders. You may be building an organization, a team, or a building. When building something new, it doesn't happen all at once. Understanding the different phases involved in taking something from dream to reality will make you a better leader. In this week's episode, Chris Railey walks leaders through five different stages of building and how to do each one well.