Sticky Teams: Keeping Your Leadership Team and Staff on the Same Page
Serving as a church leader can be a tough assignment. Whatever your role, odds are you've known your share of the frustration, conflict, and disillusionment that comes with silly turf battles, conflicting vision, and marathon meetings. No doubt, you've asked yourself, "How did it get this way?" With practical and accessible wisdom, Larry Osborne explains how it got this way. He exposes the hidden roadblocks, structures, and goofy thinking that sabotage even the best intentioned teams. Then with time-tested and proven strategies he shows what it takes to get (and keep) a board, staff, and congregation on the same page. Whatever your situation; from start-up phase, to mid-sized, to megachurch, Osborne has been there. As the pastor of North Coast Church he's walked his board, staff, and congregation through the process. Now with warm encouragement and penetrating insights he shares his secrets to building and maintaining a healthy and unified ministry team that sticks together for the long haul.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - StephenBarkley - LibraryThing
Larry Osborne is a proven commodity. He has pastored all different sizes and styles of churches including North Coast Church in San Diego. If you're going to read a book on leadership, you might as ... Read full review
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Enjoyed this look at improving relationships with the board, the staff and the congregation. Some of my favorite quotes include: “I’ve found twelve members to be the absolute maximum we can handle on ... Read full review
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Landmines and Roadblocks
No Guts No Unity
Axioms to Lead By
Why Leadership Matters
Why Teamwork Matters
The Power of an Extra Shepherds Meeting
Plumb Lines and Assumptions
Investment or Expense?
Telling the Truth When the Truth Is Hard
Final Thoughts Sticky Teams and the Gates of Hell
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Equipped for Ministry