All good teams have huddles. A football team huddles to call the next play. A softball team huddles before a game to get focused. A rock band huddles before the concert to be inspired and to discuss any last-minute adjustments. The same is true for volunteer teams in the church. Often church-leaders are so sensitive to the time already being invested by volunteers, that they choose to forgo regular huddles and assume everyone will be OK on their own. This is a miscalculation. Huddles are important before Sunday services, before volunteers are mobilized for a day of community service, or before a large outreach or inreach event.
That’s why I created a play-by-play guide on how to lead a volunteer huddle. It also includes a VIP Huddle Cue Card you can print and use with your teams.
You can jump over to this page to download it for free.