Yes, Church People Can Have Critical Conversations
(and remain in good standing)
A church leader makes an inappropriate comment. No one says anything to the church leader. An issue is brewing on the leadership team. No one brings this up in the monthly meeting. Several people left the church over an issue. They did not provide feedback to the leadership.
Why do church people avoid having critical conversations? What do they do instead of having these conversations? And what are the consequences of not having these critical conversations?
This program can be delivered at your church or off-site, typically lasting 1.5 - 2 hours.
1. Church administrators
2. Church leaders in managerial roles
3. Ministry leaders
What you'll learn and experience during the program
1. Definitions and examples
2. Spiritual principles related to critical conversations
3. Why it's such a challenge for church people to have these conversations
4. How to use the S C O P E (TM) Approach by Charlotte Purvis
5. Benefits of having the conversations
6. Opportunities to practice conducting critical conversations
7. Coaching and feedback for your development
Additional programs available
A Conversation about Confidentiality
7 Lessons I Learned in the Corporate Arena (and how they apply to churches)
Inspirational messages for graduations and special occasions
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