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Learning the art of the staff meeting

June 1, 2017 | by Jim Barber

How would you define the purpose of your staff meetings or one-on-one meetings? Are there clear objectives behind these routines? Jim Barber shares his experience with staff meetings and one-on-ones and how to designate a clear purpose for each one. (Excerpted from the Society For Church Consulting’s Church Staffing Summit 2015.)


Jim Barber

Jim Barber is the President of both the Society for Church Consulting and Barber Church Consulting. He oversees the day-to-day operations of the Society, facilitates training conferences, conducts webinar training, and coaches those aspiring to become consultants. In his consulting, he conducts various church assessments, facilitates strategic planning, and coaches churches through changes in leadership structure.



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