How do you strike the balance of making sure every team member has a say and empowering your team members to make decisions?
I’ve sat on a team where there were no clear roles or responsibilities.
I need to apologize, the list that follows is probably going to come across a bit critical. You may view it as a list of complaints.
I’ve thought about trying to re-write the whole piece from a positive angle. “10 Things I Love about Well-Run Team Meetings” or something like that.
I’m curious, how many of you send out an agenda prior to your women’s ministry team meetings?
I know it’s one more item to add to your to-do list… and it might seem unnecessary.
But having sat in meetings with and without agendas, I believe agendas directly impact the success of our meetings.
Recruiting women to serve on your Women’s Ministry Team is one of the most important things you will do as a Women’s Ministry Leader.
It can make or break your team. It can also make or break your ministry.
So poking around on the site you may have noticed I don’t have a clear “this is how to build a women’s ministry team” post.
But I’ve avoided tackling one of Women’s Ministry’s biggest questions.