Christ-likeness demands that we put the focus on Him and keep it there. We look to the Lord as our standard, source of strength, motivation, and means of maintaining unity. And, we point others to Him as well. If we are not careful, we can easily lose that focus in staff evaluations. . . .
Part of the purpose of doing staff evaluations should be not only to assess how well a person is doing in their ministry but also to set goals as a result of that assessment in areas needing change and growth. However, we must always make it clear that the goals need to be based on the ability of God to . . .
Change is possible when people understand the availability of God’s power to reach goals established through staff evaluations and then tap into that power.
Paul had just made an assessment, of sorts, of the church at Thessalonica, when writing . . .
You might question how staff evaluations are tied in to the Gospel. Obviously it would pertain to those who are involved in outreach types of ministries but what about other ministries? Here’s how: The power of Gospel affects . . .
Sometimes when doing staff evaluations issues arise pertaining to weaknesses, strengths, or even sin. Finding God’s grace sufficient can help the person work through whatever the issue. Leaders, make helping people grab hold of that grace an important objective in staff evaluations and you’ll tend to see . . .