- What went right?
- What went wrong?
- What was confusing?
Our ministry teams thrive on the feedback from these three questions. Over the years, I have learned that every program and event that a local church conducts, deserves honest evaluation. I have also learned the first person to go through these questions is me.
I am the pastor, the point leader.
If I expect others to evaluate, then I must lead in that area, as well.
Some kids missed the “egg hunt”.
Workers and Parents Wearing Two Hats
- I need to train better and more specifically. Taking time to walk through each area and pretend you are a guest is essential.
- I need to listen to feedback better. Had I been listen better I would shave foreseen some of these problem better. As I look back over the weeks of preparation I can now remember questions and comments that I brushed off.
- I must place myself in others shoes. I must always remember that what is important to my workers and guests needs to be important to me.
I trust this evaluation will be helpful to you. I am sure you had some Easter problems as well.
Please comment below on your biggest mess up.
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