Tag: church staffing

Why only one-third of your hires are going to work

Only one-third of your new hires are even going to work out. This sobering statistic should cause us to exercise caution in all of our hiring decisions. Peter Drucker says “Executives make poor promotion and staffing decisions. By all accounts,

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Volunteer Success

How to Wildly Succeed with Volunteers

Every church relies on volunteers to carry out its vision. Churches rely on volunteers for: Kid’s Programs Hospitality Set up and Take-Down Ushering Greeters Office Workers Small Group Leaders Music Audio/Video Production We give a mountain of effort to recruiting

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How to Not Fail in Leadership

How to Not Fail in Leadership

Few of us enter our careers already skilled in the art of leadership. We spend our early career years learning (and often failing) to become great leaders. Many never become great leaders, often because they fail to invest the time

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What to do with your staff

What to Do With Your Staff Team Right Away

If you lead a staff, one of the most valuable things you can do is to have each person on your team create an annual plan. An annual plan is foundational for everything else that your staff team will do

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Someone on your team has to go

Someone On Your Team Needs To Go

Someone on your team needs to go. Perhaps you hired him simply because he was there. Maybe you hired her early on but time has shown that she is not a good fit. Perhaps he doesn’t even want to be

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