Leadership Outcomes

Leadership 39 items used 45 times (79 times??)

The Students will be able to…

  1. Develop a mentoring agreement with a local church member. CP-59    2
  2. Explain the selection process for mentoring. (prayer, issues such as gender and age).  CP-60 1
  3. Explain the goals of a mentoring relationship.       CP-62    2
  4. Explain the role of evaluating / accountability in the mentoring relationship. CT-20        2
  5. Explain the difference between a friend and a mentor. CT-21    2
  6. Explain the theological reasons and biblical examples why mentoring is an essential part of spiritual growth. CT-22    2
  7. Demonstrate how to form or discover clear core values and the mission of the group.   (NT Exegesis 2 James/1 Peter/1 John) CP-67    3
  8. Demonstrate the ability to create a clear SWOT for the group in their context.   CP-68   2
  9. Demonstrate the ability to analyze the gifting and abilities of the group. CP-69  5
  10. Demonstrate the ability to communicate the vision clearly and consistently.   CP-71   3
  11. Demonstrate how to form a personal vision (case study) then in harmony with a larger group (same case study).   CP-72    2
  12. Explain how the breadth of the vision should match with the breadth of the area of responsibilities. (Hist1) M22   CP-73  1
  13. Explain how a mission statement is expressed very specifically in a vision for the local context. CP-74  1
  14. Explain how the Biblical description of the body (church) relates to teams. CT-23    4
  15. Articulate a Wesleyan perspective of Spiritual gifts – an expression of love rather than power. CT-24   4
  16. Explain the benefits of matching a person’s passions, strengths and personality to specific tasks / ministries on a team.       Strength-finders is one possible tool. (OT Exegesis) CP-75    3
  17. Understand and articulate the importance of demonstrating the worth of each individual within the team. CP-76          3
  18. Explain the importance of a Biblical understanding of the Fruit of the Spirit in creating an effective team. BFS CT-25        2
  19. Demonstrate a capacity to identify tasks as opportunities for team development. CP-77   4
  20. Compare and contrast the effectiveness of a team who has clear task, purpose / vision, or mission statements for the team and a team which does not have these things. (Hist1) M23-24 CT-26   2
  21. Explain the negative impacts of not forming a team for various ministries or congregational vision. CT-27         2
  22. Develop and articulate a strategy for team creation, team endurance and team termination. (Doctrine of Holiness) CP-78 4
  23. Demonstrate forming a team.   CP-79       3
  24. Demonstrate how to develop trust in a team through personal integrity. CP-81 2
  25. Be able to clearly demonstrate the role of the team in leadership development. CP-82       2
  26. Explain the role of social media and small groups / teams both positive and negative benefits. CT-27  2
  27. Demonstrate that the student is mentoring someone now. CP-58   1
  28. Compare and contrast the benefits of mentoring with not mentoring (Hist 1) M21 CP-61    1
  29. Determine the purpose of the mentoring relationship. (OT Exegesis) CP-63        1
  30. Determine the frequency and length of time for each meeting. CP-65 1
  31. Explain the difference between a formal and informal mentoring relationship. CP-66   1
  32. Demonstrate accountability to the team and to the goal of team. CP-80
  33. Demonstrate the ability to form a clear and compelling vision statement in conjunction with key members of the group. CP-70   1
  34. Explain the environment that the group will be ministering in. CX-9   1
  35. Explain how to Model Christ in this activity.       CH-26, CH-28, CH-30,  3
  36. Demonstrate the Character qualities identified as Modeling Christ. CH-27, CH-29, CH-31 3

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