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  • Have the members review these performance standards and self assess the capabilities they have demonstrated. Transfer that thinking to the worksheet.
  • The idea here is to understand the interests of others and how we may not know some of the people well enough to understand some of their motivators.
  • The idea here is to understand the interests of others and how we may not know some of the people well enough to understand some of their motivators.

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  • 1.  
  • 2. Agenda
    • 9:00 Self Introduction, “Koinonia Connection” and “Hand of the Lord Time
    • 10:00 Key Relationships: Gary O’Malley
    • 12:00 Working lunch
    • 12:30 Discussion of KANI
    • Any left over time… “Popcorn” KANI
    • 2:30 Dismiss
  • 3. Koinonia Connection My New Best Friend
    • Name
    • Church
    • How long in current position
    • Little known fact
  • 4. Greg Williams
    • Born in Buffalo Lead “N-Weds”
    • Oldest of 5 Love-Snow Ski
    • Father-Welsh Hate-Yard Work
    • Mother-Swiss Food-Italian
    • Married-Barbara Sport-Golf
    • Live-Marietta, GA Car- Trailblazer 270K miles
    • 1 Daughter; 2 Sons 5 Grandchildren
    • Gordon College Foreign Language Major
    • PK 2 brothers-in-law pastors
  • 5. Hand of the Lord
  • 6. Koinonia Connection PAST Here is something about my past that would help you know me better DEFINING A difficult life experience which MOMENT helped me grow as a person was.. VALUES Here’s what I stand for… Ask follow up, onion peeling questions X Information + Feelings Information Only X
  • 7.
    • Key Relationships:
    • Staff, Leadership, Family
  • 8.
    • Assessing My Skills in:
    • Leadership
    • Management
    • Relationships
    • Key Relationships:
    • Staff, Leadership, Family
  • 9. Performance Standards Assessment
  • 10. Performance Standards Assessment
  • 11.
    • Assessing My Skills in:
    • Leadership
    • Management
    • Relationships
    • Key Relationships:
    • Staff, Leadership, Family
    Some/Many of the Performance Standards are not directly applicable to different sized ministries. Take some time and discuss how these Performance Standards apply to your current ministry situation.
  • 12. Assessing Personalities
    • Personality profiles: DISC, RightPath
    • Right Check
    • 360’s
    • Personal Observation
  • 13. Personalities Profile Self Check Process Orientation People Orientation Tell Orientation Ask Orientation Compliant or Analytical Influencer Steady Driver
  • 14. Personality Profile Self Check Compliant or Analytical Influencer Steady Driver
    • Objective-focused
    • Know what they want and how to get there!
    • Communicates quickly, gets to the point
    • Sometimes tactless and brusque
    • Can be an "ends justify the means" type of person
    • Hardworking, high energy
    • Does not shy away from conflict
  • 15. Personality Profile Self Check Compliant or Analytical Influencer Steady Driver
    • Natural salesmen or story-tellers
    • Warm and enthusiastic
    • Good motivators, communicators
    • Can be competitive
    • Can tend to exaggerate, leave out facts and details
    • Sometimes would rather talk about things than do them!
  • 16. Personality Profile Self Check Compliant or Analytical Influencer Steady Driver
    • Kind-hearted people who avoid conflict
    • Can blend into any situation well
    • Can appear wishy-washy Has difficulty with firm decisions
    • Often loves art, music and poetry Highly sensitive
    • Can be quiet and soft-spoken
  • 17. Personality Profile Self Check Compliant or Analytical Influencer Steady Driver
    • Highly detail oriented people
    • Can have a difficult time making decisions without ALL the facts
    • Make great accountants and engineers
    • Tend to be highly critical people
    • Can tend to be pessimistic in nature
    • Very perceptive
  • 18. RightCheck ™ Paths to Managing, Developing and Retaining “ Must Know” Insights Names 12 Code:  = Know a great deal =know some/ but not much 0 = knows virtually nothing
  • 19. Right Check
    • The idea here is to assess how well we know the people we relate to/lead.
    • Brainstorm 20 characteristics and insights that if you knew them they would help you relate to the people in your life.
  • 20. Right Check
    • Hobbies
    • Where from
    • Education Background
    • What schools they root for
    • Favorite vacation spots
    • Favorite foods
    • Motivators
    • Passions/Dreams
    Don’t editorialize on the suggestions, just list them and move on.
  • 21. Right Check
    • Now, this is an individual exercise. Identify 7 characteristics that you would find helpful in getting to a deeper knowledge/understanding of the people in your life. List them across the top.
    • List several names (top/down) and in the grid assess to what level you know that insight as pertains to that person.
  • 22. Right Check
    • Score in this fashion:
    Code:  = know a great deal -- = know some/ but not much 0 = knows virtually nothing
  • 23. RightCheck ™ Paths to Managing, Developing and Retaining “ Must Know” Insights Names 12 Code:  = Know a great deal =know some/ but not much 0 = knows virtually nothing
  • 24. Right Check
    • What did you learn?
    • What do you think “projection” means in this context?
  • 25. Right Check
    • Most people find that they know more about the people they relate to well and less about the “hard case.”
    • The idea of projection is that we project our preferences onto others, even in the list we formed, there is a tendency to “project” our interests. What about asking others what their interests are?
  • 26.
    • Complete the Key Relationships
    • Name: Key Insights: Plan/Action Steps
  • 27. Dealing with the KANI’s of Life and Ministry
    • S…ituation
    • P…roblem
    • E…vidence – is it measureable?
    • What is the cost $$, image, rep.??
    • C…onsequences over time
    • I…mplications
    • F…uture Fix
    • I…mplications
    • C…onstraints
    What are the Issues?
  • 28.  
  • 29.  
  • 30. Daily Debrief