5 Sure-Fire Ways to Kill Your Church’s Staff Culture
Learn how to recognize and avoid these bad hires with this free ebook.
Free ebook: 5 People Churches Should Never Hire
Let’s be honest: people don’t go into ministry for the money. And the ones who do (typically) don’t make it. It’s just too much work. The demands are constant, and the hours are long. People go into ministry because they are called. They understand the need of the mission and their place in it.
But just because someone is called into ministry doesn’t mean they’re called to be a part of your church. And let’s face it—there are types that can be toxic to your staff culture. Stewarding well means putting the right staff in the right place, even if there’s only one person on paid staff at your church. Get your free copy of Toxic Leadership: 5 People Churches Should Never Hire today.
In it, you'll learn:
The 15 red flags to look for when you’re hiring
The six characteristics you should look for when hiring
What to do if you’ve already hired one of these people
Don’t make the costly mistake of learning too late what it’s like to hire the wrong person.
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