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I have recently taken my senior management team at work through a Belbin assessment. If you’re not familiar with the tool it can be a useful way of identifying the strengths and contributions that individuals bring to a team. Try and identify your own profile if you haven’t ‘been Belbin’d’!
The Health-check is designed for individual use, but will be too complex for wider application in a church, such as for seeking out gifted volunteer organisers or interviewing administrative staff. So a much simplified version has been uploaded in the form of a set of Training Notes.
How do you know if you have been given a gift of administration? This detailed assessment tool explains three themes to investigate, each with three parts.
This 18 month training course through the Institute for Leadership and Management (ILM) will be an extension of teaching from the Cutting Edge conference, providing an exciting, accredited opportunity for professional development for those with management responsibilities.
Our new survey provides essential benchmarking information to enable you to see how your church is faring amongst similar churches in the UK.
We’re delighted to announce we’ve launched our latest series of area training days, which will be held at 8-10 locations across the UK between mid-May and September.
Andrew Bagwell shares a summary of technological tools that cover basic administrative function, databases, communication, finance, worship planning and design.
Reading Hebrews 12, when Paul paints the vivid picture of the Christian life being like a race, my mind automatically goes to scenes of the London marathon. I can’t imagine the sheer amount of inner-strength it must take not to quit when everything hurts on a physical level and when the inner narrative says, ‘I can’t go on, I can’t finish this’.