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Small Group Strategy Assessment

Our Small Group’s team offers years of experience in helping churches successfully and systematically grow a culture of community and leadership development within a church. Healthy community and reproducing leaders not only help you strengthen relationships, they also contribute to a vibrant culture of generosity.

The Small Group Strategy Assessment is designed to offer practical assistance to help churches discover the right strategy and model that compliments their unique culture and values. From establishing standards and systems to creating policies and procedures, retaining and recruiting group leaders to growing group membership and attendance, this unique assessment will help your ministry overcome obstacles and put a strategic plan in place to help your church grow both wide and deep.

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Kristin has 20 years of experience leading in diverse small group cultures in churches of all sizes. Eight of those years were spent on staff at North Point Ministries, coaching and leading in the small groups department. Kristin is a pastor, speaker, and writer on topics of organizational and leadership development, and emotional health.

What is covered?
The Small Group Strategy Assessment provides a comprehensive evaluation of your entire Small Groups Ministry including mission, strategy, model, and staffing. This on-site assessment will focus on seven key areas: Vision, Strategy, Assimilation, Leader Recruitment, Leader Development, Staffing, and Metrics.
How does it work?
Before the-onsite assessment, significant work is done in preparation. Groups staff and other key leaders send in responses concerning their area of responsibility. Your team also collects varied documents pertaining to current and previous groups models used, training documents, examples of communication, job descriptions, and more. These will be reviewed before the on-site assessment.

The day(s) of the assessment is full of observations, interviews, and discussions. There will be “active listening” discussions specifically with Groups Staff, Executive Staff, and other Key Staff with decision-making authority in the groups ministry.
What do we walk away with?
Within 72-hours of the assessment day, you will receive report presenting readable findings about next steps, strategic opportunities, affirmations, areas of improvement, and recommendations. This report will include “wins” that can take your church and small group strategy to the next level of ministry as well as critique of what might be holding your church back from growth. Based on this pertinent information, we will make recommendations and you can determine your next step and the level of coaching that Generis and Group Strategy Services can assist you.

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