Leadership Morale Depends on Care
The last several years I have noticed that Ps Brian will give all of the staff a check list to keep in front of us as a priority.
A faithful, sensible servant is one to whom the master can give the responsibility of managing his other household servants and teaching them.
The last several years I have noticed that Ps Brian will give all of the staff a check list to keep in front of us as a priority. Often, if he is going away for several weeks he will highlight areas that are of particular interest for us (especially me) to keep an eye on in his absence. One quality that always seems to be in that list is morale.
For all of us at Hillsong Church, team morale is a very important attribute because it contributes to the unity of our culture and causes us to flow together in greater harmony. This requires heartfelt care in the way we treat each other and work together. The greater the morale, the greater the ease to get things done. Leadership Morale Depends on Care.
How do you identify morale in your team?
Leadership Morale is the responsibility of everyone.
When it comes to the atmosphere of our leadership teams, we must realise the importance of our individual contribution. If I only receive from the team I belong to I must question how much I am really benefiting them?
2 Chron 35:3 NLT
He issued this order to the Levites, who were to teach all Israel and who had been set apart to serve the Lord: Put the Holy Ark in the Temple that was built by Solomon son of David, the king of Israel. You no longer need to carry it back and forth on your shoulders. Now spend your time serving the Lord your God and his people Israel.
Carriers & Contributors
Where do I fill up?
If I am to carry God's presence and contribute God's presence I must be able to turn up ready to serve and lead. The first 15 minutes of my time at church will reveal whether I showed up ready or needy. Do I show up ready or do I show needing the meeting to help get me ready?
Do you only fill up at Church?
1. Where do you fill up?
If you only fill up in the areas you're meant to pour out into, you are creating a vacuum that is not being filled!
2. Where do you pour out?
If you never pour out among those who pour out, you are not investing into a leadership generation!
I look forward to greater conversations :)