If we want effective, healthy, growing ministries, we have to depend on our small-group leaders to carry out important leadership tasks. We simply can't do it all, so we have to empower our leaders to actively lead and shepherd their group members. This requires us to strike the right balance with leaders where they fully know what's expected of them, have all the tools they need, and have some autonomy in carrying out those tasks. In other words, we must steer clear from the extremes of micromanaging and giving leaders total freedom. It's a tricky line to walk, but this Training Tool will show you how.
Note: For a free sample from this Training Tool, read Set Leaders Free.
The Fine Art of Coaching Small-Group Leaders
Three critical tasks good coaches master
By Bill Tenny-Brittian
Common Obstacles in Coaching
And practical ways to overcome them.
By Linda McCullough-Moore
Serving Small-Group Leaders
Learn the difference between "helping" and "doing."
By Community Christian Church
Set Leaders Free
What it takes to let leaders lead
By Trevor Lee
Release Empowered Leaders
Practical Ways to Encourage Leaders
Ideas for encouragement throughout the year
By Mark Ingmire
Connect with Your Leaders
How to make regular contact less burdensome
By Peri Gilbert
Ministering to an Ineffective Leader
Identifying common causes and cures
By Seth Widner
Help Leaders Who Lack Confidence
How to combat insecurities
By Ben Reed
The Benefits of Failing
Why it's okay sometimes to let a leader fail
By Ben Reed
Total number of pages - 24
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