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What is a force field?

  1. A situation is created by a balance of forces that oppose or reinforce it.
  2. Force field analysis does not indicate whether an idea/solution is good or bad. It simply indicates the difficulty or ease with which a change can occur.

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Instructions

  1. Label each bar in the graph with one of your ministry responsibilities. Up to ten areas can be identified. For example: training, shepherding, teaching, leadership development, counseling, budgeting, etc.
  2. On a scale of 1-10, draw a bar graph to show your level of satisfaction for each responsibility.

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Functional Structures Worksheet

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What are the few important things, which if done with excellence, would really make a difference in your life and/or ministry?

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  1. You have a perspective that allows you to focus your life energies on your ministry strengths.
  2. You have maintained a learning posture throughout your life.

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Consider a problem you want to work on. This problem may include; difficulty achieving a specific goal or target, difficulty managing or working with a team member, difficulty dealing with a particular individual. There are numerous challenges that we face in our role as leaders that we are seeking a satisfactory solution to.

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Present Situation

  • Strengths What is working well?
  • Weaknesses What is missing or needs improvement?

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  • List your top three spiritual gifts:
  • List below the three or four ministry activities you enjoy most and feel most effective in (i.e., leadership, teaching, evangelism, administration, etc.). List in descending order:

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