Feedback is invaluable. Regular feedback makes everyone better. It is especially valuable for volunteer leaders who are serving on your teams. For many volunteer leaders, they have important jobs outside the church space, but ministry is a new arena for them. It is easy for them to become insecure and even frustrated because the rules of engagement seem different from the outside world. You can get ahead of this frustration by offering regular, scheduled feedback.
That’s why I created a feedback guide. It serve as a plug and play agenda that you use for your feedback meeting with a volunteer leader. It allows you to share feedback in three key areas: Competencies, Character, and Chemistry. Simply supply your answers and comments to the questions below as they relate to that specific volunteer, and you can walk into your feedback session with confidence.
If you’d like it, you can download it here.