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Building Your Dream Team Source: John Trent www.strongfamilies.com
The opposite of team-building … Is a fear-based environment Here, all communal and creative energy is subverted into building bunkers
Instead … Assume everyone on the team brings unique and invaluable strengths to the project and process Make strength- discovery the first priority
L.O.G.B. profiles Take 3 minutes Circle every word that applies to you Double the # in each box Plot on graph
Lions Don’t need motivating Point them in the right direction and let them go Love to do what is said to be un-doable
Otters Fun-loving, talkative Great to start new things, less attention to detail and finishing
Golden Retrievers Sensitive, caring, compassionate Like to go “deeper”
Beaver Do things by the book Are detailed and organized Good finishers
At the party … The lion calls it The otter talks to everyone The golden retriever talks to one person all night The beaver actually brings the food
So when building the team: Every good team is a zoo Recognize love is the core value –And that verbal affirmation is indispensable Understand that Jesus modeled each characteristic
When there’s friction on the team Try a strength-finding exercise on www.Lifewayinsights.com www.Lifewayinsights.com –Downloadable workbooks
Taming the Zoo: “Story-boarding” Quick enough for the lions Fun enough for the otters Unified enough for the golden retrievers Organized enough for the beavers
Steps 1, 2 & 3 1.Brainstorm the purpose 2.Sharpen the purpose 3.Turn your purpose statement into a run-on sentence
Steps 4 & 5 4. Brainstorm the toppers 5.Critique the toppers
Steps 6 & 7 6.Brainstorm the subbers 7.Sharpen the subbers … and then create a time-line
Building Your Dream Team John Chandler The Ray and Ann Spence Network for Congregational Leadership www.rasnet.org
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