Implementing a Coaching Structure was created to help ministry leaders build a team of volunteer leaders around the ministries they lead. Often times, ministry staff end up doing EVERYTHING. Burnout is the norm as leaders struggle to tend to every detail. Ministry was never designed to be done alone. In these 10 weeks, we will walk through weekly steps of recruiting and onboarding a team of coaches who will co-lead by your side. You have an important job that only you can do, and this course will help you create a structure of coaches who will attend to things someone else can do.
Session 1 - What is a Coach?
Session 2 - Delegation & the 3 Lists
Session 3 - Identifying Coaches
Session 4 - Discover Class/Group
Session 5 - Vision Desserts & 1-on-1s
Session 6 - Structure & Organization
Session 7 - Job Descriptions & Coach Values
Session 8 - Onboarding & Apprenticing
Session 9 - Communication Plan
Session 10 - Coach Training
Duration: 10 Sessions
Group Type: On-Demand + Coaching
Dates & Times
Facilitators: Nick Blevins, Kenny Conley and Kevin Monahan
Instructor: Nick Blevins
Nick and his wife Jennifer have been married for over a decade and are blessed with their 2 kids, Isaac & Mackenzie. Nick serves on the leadership team at Community Christian Church and leads the NextGen Ministry staff team. Nick loves to help church leaders work on their ministry (not just in it) and he is a certified Church StratOp facilitator, helping churches walk through the proven strategic planning process of StratOp. You can find his writing, free resources, and weekly interviews with family ministry leaders at nickblevins.com.
Instructor: Kenny Conley
Kenny, a 20-year veteran of kids and family ministry, currently serves as the NextGen Pastor at Mission Church in Gilbert, AZ. His passion to see the next generation come to know and follow Christ propels him to constantly rethink how the church approaches ministry to kids, students and their families. Kenny loves to network and collaborate with ministry leaders around the world to push ministry to new levels. Kenny writes at iamnextgen.com and childrensministryonline.com.