Innovation. Experimentation. Adaptation.
All three are connected to one thing among high-performance teams.
And personal development is at the center of the process.
You may or may not relate to the word performance; I can understand that because most church teams are highly relational and also highly spiritual. That’s definitely a good thing, but at some point, performance matters. Doesn’t it?
It’s interesting that in almost all other professions, quality performance is expected, sometimes even demanded.
People will quickly boo a poorly performing athlete, fire a bad mechanic or plumber, change doctors who can’t solve the problem, even send their food back when the cook doesn’t get it right.
Yet in the church, we can sometimes let excellence slide in the name of loving relationships, and I wonder if that is really loving those we serve.Read More