Teen leadership team building
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Young people who are involved in worship, whether corporate church worship, a youth worship service, or a Christian high school chapel, are developing spiritual leadership abilities. But youth leaders and worship coordinators are often at a loss for how to involve youth in worship. In order to involve youth effectively, it is advantageous to develop a leadership team made up of a small group of teen leaders. This leadership team can consist of ten or twelve young people for a large youth group or school setting, or it can be a smaller group of four or five teens. No matter the size, this leadership team can provide valuable insight and feedback to adult youth leaders.
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About 20 years ago, a group of teachers, youth ministers, coaches, and I wanted to empower teens with collaborative leadership skills. I was on a mission to figure out how to empower adults with tools they needed to encourage youth to be leaders without controlling or blocking their efforts. We invited youth throughout the Midwest to learn leadership tools and practice the skills in small group settings. Throughout the course of the week, teens learned how to:.
The word TEAM has literally transpired into a buzz word in the corporate world. There are countless books and articles written about the importance of teams while each year, management consultants, scholars and researchers continue presenting theories and research that debate over various aspects of team building. When individuals with similar interests, attitudes, and tastes come together to work towards a common objective, a team is formed!