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Sticky Teams: Keeping Your Leadership Team and Staff on the Same Page di [Osborne, Larry]
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Serving as a church leader can be a tough assignment. Whatever your role, odds are you’ve known your share of the frustration, conflict, and disillusionment that comes with silly turf battles, conflicting vision, and marathon meetings.

No doubt, you’ve asked yourself, “How did it get this way?”

With practical and accessible wisdom, Larry Osborne explains how it got this way. He exposes the hidden roadblocks, structures, and goofy thinking that sabotage even the best intentioned teams. Then with time-tested and proven strategies he shows what it takes to get (and keep) a board, staff, and congregation on the same page.

Whatever your situation; from start-up phase, to mid-sized, to megachurch, Osborne has been there. As the pastor of North Coast Church he’s walked his board, staff, and congregation through the process. Now with warm encouragement and penetrating insights he shares his secrets to building and maintaining a healthy and unified ministry team that sticks together for the long haul.

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  • Editore: Zondervan (26 febbraio 2010)
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5.0 su 5 stelle Worth the Time and Money 16 aprile 2014
Di Matthew Morine - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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This is one of the best leadership books for churches in years. I loved it. My friend Tim Spivey has talked about this book for years, and finally I got around to reading it. He is a great leader, and understands congregations better than most preachers. So his recommendation meant something to me. And boy, he was right. This is one of those books that all leaders should go through. Elders, and preachers, need to read this book together. At Castle Rock, we have been reviewing books as a leadership team, and this is up there as a possibility. It talks about having a team in ministry, and staying on the same page. It is first of all practical. It deals with church, and gives situations, and a how to in dealing with them. Here is some wisdom from the book. ”I like to remind our board members and staff leaders that we’re lobbyists for God. Our primary job is to listen to, discern, and carry out God’s will, not the congregation’s.” (p. 53). “Wise pastors and leadership teams know an important paradox of leadership: church harmony is inversely related to the amount of time spent oiling squeaky wheels. This is a lesson I was slow to grasp. In my zeal for maintaining peace and unity within the body and for holding on to everyone who came, I allowed a tiny group of chronic complainers to have an inordinate impact on our decisions and ministry.” (p. 80). The book is filled with wisdom from a guy who has done it before, and experienced the work. He talks about keeping unity in the team. As a leader, this book helped me. It has influenced my style of leadership, and it will help you too. It is not long, and it is a fun read. As a preacher, you will relate, and as an elder, you will relate. This one is well worth the money.
5.0 su 5 stelle Every church member needs to read this book 27 dicembre 2016
Di Earnest L. Brown - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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After a decade or two in ministry, there are only a handful of books that I recommend unilaterally. This is now one of those books.

I have learned the hard way that board and staff relations and structures can make or break a ministry. This book handles many of the most pressing issues in our churches from a structural level with great insight and wisdom.

Along with "Not your Parent's Offering Plate," "Deep and Wide," Simple Church," Lasting Impact," "not a fan," and just a few others, I feel this book should be read widely by pastors and attendees alike.
5.0 su 5 stelle Essential help for churches wanting to sustain small groups 7 luglio 2015
Di Clear C. - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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One of the best books on the design and implementation of small groups in the church that I have read. This book is the most practical I have ever read when it deal with real life issues of implementing small groups. Larry Osborne speaks from a wealth of experience and is able to keep what can be a quite complicated undertaking and present it in a simple matter. This is a must read for any church leader who wants to be effective in leading small groups. It is so easy to complicate and sometimes over manage small groups. I have read many books on small groups and I have been trying to implement small groups in the church I pastor for quite a few years. This book has been extremely helpful to a person like me, who has had some successes, but has had difficulty sustaining the groups.
4.0 su 5 stelle Sticky Teams 28 ottobre 2014
Di J. Hugh Law - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Stick Teams appears to have been written by a church leader who has adopted a dictatorial style of leadership. He seems to have selected a team of men who agree with his thinking and who will support his decisions. His premise seems to be that a small group of people who are in agreement are much easier to deal with than a congregation of many people, some of whom will likely not agree with the proposals set forth. It also appears that this model of leadership has enabled the leader to work with large congregations which may have developed many small groups which fall under his leadership. It appears to me that it requires a person with a special kind of personality to make this kind of leadership work.
5.0 su 5 stelle Helpful for anyone in church leadership 1 giugno 2016
Di pastorethan - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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I have not found a better book that addresses the uniquenesses of church leadership than Sticky Teams. Osborne writes in a down-to-earth and practical style that makes Sticky Teams accessible to anyone in church leadership. Even if you don't adopt all of his methods, you will walk away with several excellent nuggets that will help unify your leadership team.
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