Episode 1015: Leading Through COVID-19 – Connection Behind Content
Key Points From This Episode:
- How Kadi helped Family Church set up a task force for their weekend experience.
- Acknowledging the different ways God has prepared churches for this crisis.
- Common characteristics of leadership teams doing well during COVID-19.
- Distinguishing between crisis leadership and crisis management and the long-term impacts.
- Focusing on the things that will stay the same, like vision and mission, while leading change in other aspects of the organization.
- Viewing technology as one of the vehicles God has given us to keep connections alive.
- Thoughts on the value and power of social media content in this season.
- Keeping in mind that recreating and reimagining community is critical.
- The importance of practicing self-leadership before attempting to lead your congregation.
Crisis leadership is about vision and inspiration and that has to be the way we lead at the forefront, especially as believers because the vision and inspiration we’re giving them are the promises of God. Click To TweetWe get to be a part of history. The history books will look back on us and see that we fought to build our church, lead our people, and keep them connected during this unprecedented time. Click To TweetI think more than anything, it’s really important that we are practicing self-leadership well so that we can lead others. Click To Tweet
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