One of the quickest ways to transform a lethargic organization into a vibrant one is to build strong teams.
Do congregational leaders place enough value on communication skills and management?
Almost every congregational staff calls itself a team. But are they really teams? In many, perhaps most cases, staffs have hierarchical leadership with staff members working in “silos.” When this is the case, they are not teams. What are some key characteristics that reveal whether or not a staff is a team?