Four Reasons Not to Join a Coaching Network

  1. You work in a perfect church with a leadership development strategy that pushes you in all the right ways.
  2. You have more than enough close friends in ministry who can relate to your challenges and successes, pray for you in specific ways and provide objective outside input when needed.
  3. You’ve already arrived as a leader and have nothing else to learn.
  4. You find busyness as a satisfactory excuse for not pursuing personal growth.

Ok, so I’m being sarcastic. My point is this: Just about all of us need a coach and support network of people who understand our situation. A great coach can help you discover the shifts that need to happen in your leadership and your ministry strategies and systems while being personally invested in your growth as a follower of Jesus and as a leader of people.

This fall, my team at The Unstuck Group is launching five brand new Coaching Networks specifically designed to help leaders grow together. And, we’re changing up the format from what I’ve done before. Instead of six one-day gatherings in six months, all of these new networks last nine months and include two-day gatherings in October, January and April, plus 90-minute video conferences in the months when you don’t gather in person. We felt like this would extend our time together while lessening the travel burden.

Here are the details:

Reaching 1,000 (Irvine, CA)

Move from reaching hundreds to reaching 1,000 in attendance by clarifying what’s working and what’s wrong, defining an action plan for next steps, and establishing a staffing and ministry structure that supports growth and health. Facilitated by Josh Clark.

Reaching 2,000 & Beyond (Dallas, TX)

Develop strategies to tackle the unique challenges of larger churches, including leadership development, staffing, communications, discipleship and establishing healthy growth engines. Facilitated by Tony Morgan and Mark Morgan.

Multisite Leadership (Colorado Springs, CO)

Learn from leaders who have served in some of the largest multisite churches in the country about developing a strategy and structure for growing the impact of one church in multiple locations. Facilitated by Paul Alexander.

Small Groups That Work (Nashville, TN)

Move from theory to practical next steps to help your church establish a thriving small groups ministry that provides a path for both healthy community and spiritual formation. Facilitated by Chris Surratt.

Next Level Teams (Houston, TX)

Build your team through staffing strategies including hiring and firing, establishing a senior leadership team, structuring for growth, leadership development, managing performance and eliminating team dysfunction. Facilitated by Amy Anderson and Sarah Bouma.

We’re limiting space in each of these networks to ensure the best possible experience, so if you want in, apply soon.

For more information and to get your application in to reserve your spot in one of these networks follow this link!

Sponsors for our Fall 2015 Coaching Networks:

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This is a guest post by Tony Morgan who serves as the Chief Strategic Officer and founder of The Unstuck Group. For 14 years, Tony served on the senior leadership teams at West Ridge Church (Dallas, GA), NewSpring Church (Anderson, SC) and Granger Community Church (Granger, IN). He’s written several books and articles that have been featured with the Willow Creek Association, Catalyst and Pastors.com.

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