Imagine building and thriving within a community of people whose gifts, talents and skills are valued; a community able to manage and lead through conflict collectively takes risks to accomplish the mission and realize the vision of the congregation.
Team work is important. We’ve all heard the chant – T.E.A.M (Together Everyone Achieves More). While that is a true statement, ministry leaders are often tasked to their individual areas of responsibilities, left to operate in disconnected silos. Over time, these silos begin fostering miscommunication and causing the misalignment of the mission and vision.
Leadership development advisor Aleze Fulbright provides you with a practical framework and actionable tools to evaluate the effectiveness of your current team structures and encourage creativity for achieving thriving teams that make greater impact.
In this workshop, you will:
- gain an expanded understanding of teams and their functions.
- learn and spend time discussing the disciplines of teams that thrive.
- be introduced to tools that foster greater communication among teams.
- experience engagement in practical applications for developing teams that thrive.
Rev. Dr. Aleze Fulbright is currently the director of leadership development for the Indiana Conference of the United Methodist Church. She has a wealth of experience in leadership development, management, team-building and collaborating, which she uses to develop leaders around the state of Indiana.
This workshop is 9 a.m.-4 p.m. (Central time) Wednesday, November 8, 2017 in Evansville.This workshop has been moved to the Center for Congregations office, 7516 Eagle Crest Blvd., Suite A, Evansville IN 47715. The cost is $30 per person. When congregational teams of three or more register together, the cost is discounted to $25 per person. The fee includes continental breakfast, lunch and a copy of the book The Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick Lencioni.
This workshop is limited to Indiana congregations.
How can you maximize your learning in this workshop and others? Check out this Center for Congregations article, "Getting the Most from an Education Event."