Team Accountability

2010 Staff Infection Conference


In this 5-minute session from the 2010 Staff Infection Conference by Leadership Network, shares how incorporating team accountability into a staff leads to greater results in accomplishing the vision of a church.


Which of Ernest's points did you find most impactful? Why?
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What did the Lord reveal to you through this message? Did you gain a specific insight into your life or ministry? What challenged you?
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How were you encouraged through this message? How can you use what you’ve learned to encourage someone else—in your personal life, at work, or at church—and equip them as a disciple of Christ?
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How, practically, can you implement what you heard from this message in your life and/or ministry today? What will you do differently this week because of what you’ve just heard?
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When a team's accountability finds its source in a single leader, it weakens the staff's results, lessens their unity, and creates a shallow environment for relationships. On the other hand, with team accountability comes buy-in to the vision, leadership, and the other team members. In short, it creates voluntary obligation. As you consider your staff, be intentional about ways in which you can encourage team accountability for greatest results among those you lead.


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