AD Boot Camp - May 2018 - Wiki
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AD Boot Camp - May 2018
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- Preparatory work for participants:
- Resources & Handouts
- Understanding your role and yourself (AD Profile, DiSC profiles) - Ken
- Developing Strategy - Warren
- Developing yourself as a leader (Onboarding and lifelong learning) - Ken
- Staying on top of things - Ken
- SEND's organizational culture - Ken
- Crucial Conversations - Philip
- Supervision and delegation - Ken
- Leading Effective Meetings - Ken
AD/MD Boot Camp, May 28-29, 2018, Macedonia
Participants: Andy Spradley, Brian Stout
Facilitators: Philip Jackson, Ken Guenther, Warren Janzen
Preparatory work for participants:
- Review our SEND U onboarding process for new ADs/MDs. Please read through this process, and we will discuss how it applies to you at the boot camp.
- Do a DiSC self-assessment called Everything DiSC Work of Leaders. It focuses on leadership for a group. It will help you learn your leadership style and your top three leadership priorities (vision, alignment, and execution) and how your personality profile impacts these three. Ken has sent you a link to this assessment.
- Do a free Strengths test if you have not done the StrengthsFinder test in the past.
- Do a self-assessment based on the AD profile. The AD/MD profile is a one-page description of the skills and character traits of an ideal area/ministry director in SEND International. None of the field leaders match this description perfectly. It is not a description of qualifications needed to become an AD but rather a description of the areas we want to develop. This profile gives both you some targets for growth and development.
Print out your self-assessments and bring them with you to the first session on Monday, May 28.
Monday, May 28 schedule
|8:30 - 9:00||Prayer time for the new field leaders||Philip|
|9:00 - 10:30||Understanding yourself and your role||Ken|
|10:45 - 11:45||The field leader and his wife - Implications of your role for your marriage||Philip|
|12:15 - 1:00||Lunch|
|1:00 - 3:00||Developing strategy||Warren|
|3:15 - 4:15||Developing yourself as a leader (onboarding)||Ken|
|4:15 - 5:30||Staying on top of things||Ken|
Tuesday, May 29 schedule
|8:30 - 9:00||Your story (how God has been preparing you for leadership)||Andy & Brian|
|9:00 - 10:00||SEND's organizational culture||Ken|
|10:15 - 12:00||Crucial Conversations||Philip|
|12:00 - 1:30||Lunch|
|1:30 - 3:30||Supervision and delegation||Ken|
|3:45 - 5:00||Leading Meetings||Ken|
Resources & Handouts
Understanding your role and yourself (AD Profile, DiSC profiles) - Ken
- About Everything DiSC assessments - Work of Leaders
- The book, The Work of Leaders: How Vision, Alignment, and Execution Will Change the Way You Lead that was the basis of the DiSC assessment.
- SEND Area Leader Profile Self-Assessment in 8x11 format
- SEND Area Leader Profile Self-Assessment in A4 format
- Wiki page on AD Profiles
Developing Strategy - Warren
- GPS Planning
- My Ideal Work Week
- Strategic Planning LADDER.do c
- Template for developing an Annual Ministry Plan for team
- ISLT Dashboard 2017.xlsx
Developing yourself as a leader (Onboarding and lifelong learning) - Ken
- Onboarding for field leaders on the SEND U SharePoint site
- Quarterly Rekindle meetings. MDs should do these Rekindle meetings with team leaders on a quarterly basis.
- Transitioning to new role wiki page
- SEND Team Leader Growth Plan Guide - resources for developing in the growth areas identified by the SEND team leader profile
Staying on top of things - Ken
- See Managing your workload section on Personal Well-Being of the Leader wiki page, which includes information about managing email and using virtual assistants.
- Reflect & refocus - a quarterly review process to help you make sure you keep your focus on the most important things.
- Some tools
- Microsoft Teams - free with SEND's O365. Chat, online meetings, integrated with Planner and other Microsoft Office products. A great way to work collaboratively online.
- Microsoft Planner - free with SEND's O365. Task management for teams. Makes it easy to assign tasks and track completion by various team members.
- Google Calendar - works well with tools like Calendly and Doodle to plan meetings.
- Evernote: used by many in SEND to organize notes, projects, and to-do lists.
- Toodledo - free web-based to-do list. Works well with GTD system (Getting Things Done)
- Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity - a book by David Allen that has helped many people in personal productivity. See review here. GTD Work Flow
SEND's organizational culture - Ken
- Stop Blaming Your Culture - web article
- Culture Wins: The Roadmap to an Irresistible Workplace by William Vanderbloemen
Crucial Conversations - Philip
- Crucial Conversations.ppt
- The book, Crucial Conversations Tools for Talking When Stakes Are High, Second Edition
- Crucial conversation scenarios
- Crucial conversations grid review
- Crucial conversations presenter notes
Supervision and delegation - Ken
- It's OK to be the Boss - by Bruce Tulgan. This book was the basis of the training at Directors' Council in 2014.
- 10 Things to Consider When Asked, "How Many Direct Reports Should You Have?"
- Building Leaders: Blueprints for Developing Leadership at Every Level of Your Church by Aubrey Malphurs and Will Mancini