Church Tech: 5 Foundational Team Building Strategies

Make no mistake, tech arts in church is a people business. And that is a good thing.

Van Metschke  ·  May 16, 2017

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Even though we love to work with gear, people should always be our main focus.

There are so many facets to working with a team made up of staff and/or volunteers.

One of the best parts of being a tech director in a church is the wide variety of things we do to support the ministry of the church. Some is physical work, but most of being a tech director is working with people.

But what is the most important ways a tech director can build a rock star team? That is a great question.

Top Five Ways to Build A Rockstar Tech Team:

In no particular order, here are my top five-

1. Be clear on what you expect.

Each person on your team should know what you expect from the team, not only their outlined tasks, but also pertaining to their work ethic and attitude.

Everyone comes from different backgrounds and work styles. You need to reset this to what you want your team to be. A great team is constantly reminding of what is expected and where the bar is set.

They must know the big picture and feel like they are part of it. That must be ingrained into them line upon line, on a continuing basis.

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