P7274
Team Ministry Skills

This unit builds upon theoretical and applied reflections from previous units to assist in the development of leadership skills and provides practical skills for increasing organisational effectiveness. It studies the nature and importance of team building, the myers-briggs and other models which explain personality differences, methods of teambuilding, the development of effective team communication skills, priority setting and delegation, supervision and appraisal of performance, conflict management, and leading organisations through change.

Study Level

Undergraduate

Discipline

Christian Life and Ministry

Credit Points

9

Prerequisites

P7101 Introduction to Pastoral Theology and Ministry.

Learning Outcomes

At the end of this unit students will be able to:

  1. demonstrate an understanding of the nature and breadth of team leadership skills
  2. exhibit an ability to relate various theories and skills to organisations
  3. show an appreciation of the necessity of developing teams and applying leadership skills in organisations, and of enlarging the capacity and character of team members
  4. display an understanding of personality differences and the ways in which these affect team relationships

show an appreciation of the overall impact a harmonious team in a larger church can have towards effective mission

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