5. Today’s Theme Who can say but that you have been brought here for just such a time as this? Sourced from Esther 4:14
6. Today’s Theme Who can say but that you have been brought here for just such a time as this? Sourced from Esther 4:14 Each one of us have been placed here at this time in this place by God to do His work. The future for God’s people here at this church is tremendous, and … YOU specifically as a deacon (just as Esther) could very well be the vital link.
15. 5 Areas of Dysfunction of a Team Five levels each building upon the prior levels. Based on “The Five Dysfunctions of a Team” by Patrick Lencioni
16. 5 Areas of Dysfunction of a Team Team members … > are unwilling to be vulnerable > are not genuinely open about mistakes & weaknesses Without trust it is impossible to build a common team foundation
17. 5 Areas of Dysfunction of a Team Teams that lack trust … > can’t engage in unfiltered & passionate debate of ideas > demonstrate veiled discussions & guarded comments. > “check-out” & just don’t engage at all Lack of trust sets in motion
18. 5 Areas of Dysfunction of a Team Without these fundamentals, team members … > rarely buy in & commit to decisions > feign agreement & just “go along” > agree on the surface, but not in heart Lack of healthy discussion ensures
19. 5 Areas of Dysfunction of a Team Team members in this environment … > are hesitant to call their peers on actions & behaviors without clear plans > tolerate ambiguity in themselves & others The highest standards of a team is maintained by respectful peer pressure. No commitment to clear plan of action leads to
20. 5 Areas of Dysfunction of a Team A team… > where individual needs are most important > where goals of the team flounder and ultimately fail > that allows the inevitable to distract them and focused success slips away Accountability failure causes a thriving …