Introduction and Course Overview
Professional Church Workers often have many responsibilities, jobs, tasks, reports, meetings, and obligations (and the list goes on and on). Have you ever felt “being blessed” means just surviving the week? Who has time to accomplish the mission? How can a leader possibly manage a 3 to 5 year ministry plan AND deal with the day-to-day issues? The answer, in part, is investing in those you lead. Although more time consuming at first, learning a few simple coaching/mentoring tools will help your ministry focus on the mission and on the people God called us to serve. Coaching is a VERY powerful method of making disciples as well as healthy ministry teams.
This workshop teaches the basic principles of coaching and mentoring that will help ministry leaders more effectively lead by empowering others toward high-level proficiency in their own ministry roles. Some of the highlights of this workshop:
- What is a Coach? Mentor? Defining the unique relationships of each
- What a Coach or Mentor is NOT
- When NOT to Coach
- Coach the person, not the problem
- Five critical coaching skills
- Re-defining communication
- Learning to listen and document
- The benefits of empowering others
- The most powerful Coaching tool in the world
- The Three Month Challenge
About Booking this Workshop:
This workshop can be presented ONLINE (and live) or ONSITE. This workshop will be customized for your ministry to accomplish your objectives.
Initial Consultation (by one representative or by whole team)- No Charge
Let’s talk about ways to establish peak ministry performance!
Teams of 2 – $125 per contact hour/session
Teams of 3 to 7 – $50 per person per session
Teams greater than 7, let’s talk.
ONSITE Workshops are negotiated according to several variables such as: level of detail required, number of days onsite required, materials desired (such as workbooks for each participant), any special needs/accommodations. Additionally, the organization is expected to pay for travel and lodging (if necessary).
Contact Phil Pledger: Phil@TheHigherCallingCoach.com