When is it time to "make a change?" What does it mean to "make change" in your youth ministry?
If leadership for youth ministry is important then a measure of change is always necessary.
Hear from Kristen Lascola and Zac Workun as the discuss what it means to navigate change as a process and lead through change as a leader!
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“When is the change necessary?”
“We need this move to be smooth.”
At a leadership level change is happening all the time. It may not always be huge, but there is always something to be changing towards improvement.
Some times the most important changes are not significant but subtle.
Where are you putting your relational energy?
Change Management is simply doing it what it takes, or making the changes to remove the friction to make ministry better.
Who you are and is directly related to your characters and capacity to lead.
You have to know what you are best at, we can’t mis-guess this quality.
You know you need to recruit more help when you are utterly dependent on the wireless mic.
The minute you can go wired on your
Stop trying to be the Swiss army knife of your youth ministry.
“We all have been there, stop trying to stay there.”
“You could be all things to all people, but it doesn’t mean you should be all things to all people.”
“If you have to be everything you are really a less version of who you are.”
“There is a critical point in your leadership where I am I no longer the touch point for everything in the ministry.”’
“Your role, your position, give so much value and authority to what you say to the leaders who show up to help you.”
“Your adult leaders are your small group to lead.”
“The mark of the great is your ability to produce a great leader.”
“We are emotionally attached to some of our ministry tasks.”
“We are really protective of our titles.”
“Leadership preys on your insecurity.”
Inviting Folks Into The Process Helps To Make Leadership: