Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Building a Championship Team

Developing a Championship Team - with Scott Berkey

The challenge of recruiting is not a new one.
Matthew 9:36-38

Hebrews 10:24 "and let us consider how we may SPUR one another on toward love and good deeds"
S. Start thinking like a coach
1. Know what you have (before a coach recruits more players they need to know who they already have)
2. Know what you need 1 Corinthians 10 (be ready for people, know where you have a spot for them)
3. Go out and get it (people are attracted to a compelling vision; they want to be part of a winning team) when you open the doors the fans will come in. The all stars need to be recruited. People want to be challenged.
4. Recruit out of relationship and encourage your team to do the same.

P. Practice, practice, and more practice.
1. Praise publicly and correct privately.
2. People are always more important than programs. (If you will be there for them, they will be there for you)

U. Understand strengths and weaknesses.
1."Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life" -Confucius
2. Living your strengths by Dr Don Clifton

R. Remember the 3 Signs
3 signs of a miserable job - Patrick Lencioni
1. Anonymity (know your volunteers)
2. Irrelevance (say thank you. Say please)
3. Immeasurement (give your leaders measurable success)

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