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c. Transitional Interim Pastor. New Pastor. Leading a church from Anxiety to Anticipation. Anticipation. Implementation. Pastor Leaves. Know the Path. Know the Path. Know the Path. Planning. Know the Plan. Assessment.

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Transitional Interim Pastor

New Pastor

Leading a church from

Anxiety to Anticipation

Anticipation

Implementation

Pastor Leaves

Know the Path

Know the Path

Know the Path

Planning

Know the Plan

Assessment

Renewal

Interim Decision

Know Your Church

Know Your Community

Anxiety

Know God

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Know the Path

  • Development of Transition Action Plan
  • Agenda Harmony
  • Preparing the Church for Change
  • Building Effective Teams
  • Communication and Celebration
  • The Pastor’s Notebook
  • Nuts and Bolts
transformational teams
TRANSFORMATIONAL TEAMS

Where does God want us to go and how do we organize to get there?

learning aims
Learning Aims

Benefits of teams

Characteristics of Productive Teams

How to Cultivate Productive Teams

Stages of Team Development

great teams
Great Teams

Cool Runnings

Jamaican runner and

3 unlikely “friends”

make a bobsled team

in the winter

Olympics.

Apollo 13

“Guys,

we need you to make this

out of these in 12 hours.

What’s your

experience?

why team
Why Team?

Benefits of teams

Learn Faster

Inadequate Skills

Complex, Unfamiliar

Circumstances

Strengths

Multiplied

Rapid Change

Accountability

Increased

Individual

Inadequacy

Weaknesses

Compensated

God-Sized Goals

New

Learning

Created

WOE to the one who walks alone . . . A cord of three strands is not quickly broken (Ecclesiastes 4:9-12)

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Characteristics of

Productive Teams

Continuous Learning

Spiritual Vitality

Roles / Skills

Shared Leadership

Purposeful Communication

Trust-Based Relationships

Shared Vision

Personal Awareness

characteristics of team
Characteristics of Team

Shared Vision

  • Purpose
  • Vision
  • Values
  • Language
  • Specific Goals
  • Methodology
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How to Cultivate Shared Vision

  • Pray Together
  • Develop scriptural basis
  • Spend time talking
  • Write it down
  • Get examples
  • Define terms
  • Ask for understanding
  • Repeat Steps
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Personal Awareness

Personality & Preferences

Skills - Talents - Gifts

Willingness to be Known

Characteristics of Team

O Lord, you have examined my heart and know everything about me.

Psalm 139:1 (NLT)

characteristics of team2
Characteristics of Team

Personal Awareness

Thank You for making me so wonderfully complex! Your workmanship is marvelous--and how well I know it.

Psalm 139:14 (NLT)

Big Picture / Details

Transparency Zone

People / Task

Introvert / Extravert

Practical / Theoretical

Act / Evaluate

Cliff Hanger / Calculated Risk

Expertise / Passion

Facts / Intuition

Conflict Management Style

Personal Health

Thinking / Feeling

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Personality Surveys

Gifts Instruments

Leadership Surveys

Learning Style Surveys

Skills assessment

Input from team members

How to Cultivate Personal Awareness

LEADER

MODELS

O Lord, you have examined my heart and know everything about me.

Psalm 139:1 (NLT)

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How to Cultivate Communication

Purposeful Communication

  • Embrace Conflict
  • Choose Dialogue vs. Discussion
  • Confront Defensive Routines

Let everyone be quick to hear, slow to speak, slow to anger.

James 1:19 (NLT)

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Commitment to growth and success of others

Honest confrontation and feedback

Personal Authenticity

Characteristics of Team

Trust-based Relationships

. . . let each of you regard one another as more important than himself; do not merely look out for your own personal interests but also for the interests of others.Philippians 2:3-4

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Spend time

Be vulnerable

Be real

Be reliable

Ask - don’t assume

Give grace

Spend more time

How to Cultivate Trust

. . . let each of you regard one another as more important than himself; do not merely look out for your own personal interests but also for the interests of others.Philippians 2:3-4

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Characteristics of Team

Have this attitude in yourselves which was also in Christ Jesus

Servant Leadership

Philippians 2:3-8

Shared Leadership

  • Rotating Leadership
  • Mutual Accountability
  • Peer Status

“The VISION becomes the LEADER.”

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How to Cultivate Shared Leadership

Have this attitude in yourselves which was also in Christ Jesus

Servant Leadership

Philippians 2:3-8

  • Vary leadership styles
  • Develop adequate skills
  • Ask for input
  • Be accountable
  • Empower with integrity
  • Share only with those who share the vision
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Gifts / Skills / Talents

Spirit-given

Learned Abilities

Natural Aptitudes

Characteristics of Team

Balanced Team Roles / Skills / Gifts

Mercy /Teaching / Service

Public Speaking

Music

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Idea Innovator

Shaper

Implementer

Coordinator

Res. Investigator

Team Maker

Monitor Evaluator

Completer Finisher

Characteristics of Team

Balanced Team Roles* / Skills / Gifts

Idea Popcorn Popper

Identifies Viable Ideas

Makes Stuff Happen

Brings Resources Together

Generates Resources

Aware of People Dynamics

Potential Weaknesses

Final Details

*Roles identified by Belbin, Team Roles at Work (Butterworth Heinemann)

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Characteristics of Team

How to Cultivate Learning

Continuous Learning

  • The practice of consistently evaluating experiences, extracting constructive learning, and integrating that new learning into your team process so that it modifies your actions and expands your capacity to achieve the vision God has called you to.
  • Assess Your Culture
  • Penalties for failure?
  • Criticized for creativity?
  • Strong “Busy” Ethic?
  • Low “Risk” Tolerance?
  • Culture
  • Mental Models

Reduce Pace of Change

Change Overload

I don’t mean to say that I have already achieved these things or that I have already reached perfection! But I keep working toward that day when I will finally be all that Christ Jesus saved me for and wants me to be.Philippians 3:12

Check Your Relationships

Personal Alienation

Accept New Challenges

Success

Hawkins, The Learning Congregation, Chapter 5

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Characteristics of Team

How to Cultivate Spiritual Vitality

Spiritual Vitality

  • Prayer
  • Seeking God’s Revelation
  • Biblical Foundations
  • Healthy Personal Relationships

“Yes, I am the vine; you are the branches. Those who remain in me, and I in them, will produce much fruit. For apart from me you can do nothing.John 15:5 (NLT)

teams continuum
Individual Visions / Discord

Personally Unaware, Guarded

Leadership by Default/Position

Low Trust, Low Relationship

Enlisted by Need / Guilt / Greed / Position

Discussion, Debate, Persuading, Avoidance

Resistant to Learning

No Spiritual Vitality

Fully shared Vision / Unity

Personally Aware, Open

Shared Leadership

High trust, High Relationship

Enlisted by Gifts / Skills / Passion

Dialogue, Questions, Openness, Understanding

Continuous Learning

High Spiritual Vitality

“Teams” Continuum

Zero Change Highly Productive Teams

Destructive Group Task Group Team “Transformational Team”

Stages of Team Development

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Individual Visions / Discord

Personally Unaware, Guarded

Leadership by Default/Position

Low Trust, Low Relationship

Enlisted by Need / Guilt /

Greed / Position

Discussion, Debate,

Persuading, Avoidance

Resistant to Learning

No Spiritual Vitality

Fully shared Vision / Unity

Personally Aware, Open

Shared Leadership

High trust, High Relationship

Enlisted by Gifts / Skills /

Passion

Dialogue, Questions,

Openness, Understanding

Pursues Continuous Learning

High Spiritual Vitality

Areas of Needed Improvement in Own Teams

Zero Change Highly Productive Teams

Destructive Group Task Group Team “Transformational Team”

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Evaluate a key team at your church. Brainstorm with other group members about how to move your team along the continuum.

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