Seven Effective Tactics for Change and Transition. Source: George Bullard email@example.com. Overview: Seven Main Tactics. 1. Determine sense of urgency. 2. Develop a guiding coalition. 3. Do innovative things with necessary rate of change and transition. 4. Cast V ision.
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Source: George Bullard
2. Visible signs of success mask other needs
3. Low expectations
4. Lack of seeing poor performance because of satisfaction with one’s own area of church life
5. Congregation is meeting key result goals without talking about spiritual goals.
6. Spin from church leaders.
7. Critics are sometimes treated like lepers.
8. Simple denial.
9. Leaders valuing morale over mission.
10. Hardwiring of a core value that honors founders more than change agents.
9. Saturate the communication channels in the congregation with info on future opportunities and show the inability of the church to address these opportunities without making significant changes.
10. Build a spiritual exploration movement within the congregation focused on individual, small-group, and corporate prayer.
1. Define the reality of the controlling aspects of management (“the elephant in the room”).
2. Build a broad-based ownership around the new understanding of God’s vision that is emerging in the congregation.
3. Use a crisis as an opportunity to reorganize congregational systems around empowerment rather than control.
1. Determine sense of urgency.
2. Develop a guiding coalition.
3. Do innovative things with necessary rate of change and transition.
4. Cast Vision.
5. Initiate new Inclusion experiences.
6. Build effective Program events.
7. Reengineer the Management systems.
Dr. John P. Chandler
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