There is an initial energy required for setting a system into motion, and one law of Physics confirms it,thus;“an object continues in the state of rest or uniform motion until an external force acts on it”. That force that is needed to act upon the resting or moving object:is required in setting up an enterprise. The force is thus applied in the following two steps. Whereby, the two steps are applicable to both the secular and the ministry enterprise.
The first important stepo is to build a Structure: The greatest asset of any organization is the manpower. Thus,the enterprenuer requires the ability to select a formidable team. Which is paramountin the success of a winning team. Whereby the task or assignment given to the team is one parameter for team selection. Another area to consider is ability of a team members to play in a team; he/she must possess team spirit. This very important quality can be learnt in the field of sports. Try a team sport and observe how you perform, on this!
The next and final step is to build a Strategy: A good definition of the task/assignment, and impartation of same on the team members, is imperative in the success of the team. Secondly, the proper job description and ability of the team members to articulate the key points, also, the ability of the team members to be willing to support and backup one another in the time failure or weakness of some part of the team. Lastly, a viable monitoring and evaluation strategy be put in place. It obvious that all multinational in the world toady are propelled by the mission statement and any candidate that would be found appointable into the team must sympathize with the Mission of such organization.
Finally, an unbeatable example of a Team leader is Nehemiah. For more insight study that book of Nehemiah. The book of Nehemiah is in the Old Testament of the Holy Bible.
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A nice article, thanks for sharing. God bless you!
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