Equipping staff parish relations committees to have crucial conversations that lead to greater syzygy with staff and improved performance

Full Title
Equipping staff parish relations committees to have crucial conversations that lead to greater syzygy with staff and improved performance
Author
John A. Laughlin Sr.
Abstract
Syzygy is to be a team that moves as one, pulling powerfully in the same direction. In the United Methodist Church, the Staff Parish Relations Committee has the responsibility to supervise the work of church staff, but too many are faltering in their duties. This project details a workshop designed to guide the church in becoming more effective in directing and supervising the work of staff. Participants will learn how to create a culture of trust and accountability that leads to improved staff performance. Failing to manage staff, ignoring division, and tolerating poor performance is bad stewardship.

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Degree Granting Institution
Country
United States
Degree Granted
Doctor of Ministry
Type of Work
D.Min. Project
Advisor
C. Anthony Hunt
Language
English
Date
2019
Number of Pages
134
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