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A Pocket Guide to Coaching Small Groupsby Randall Neighbour
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Written from the perspective of the small group coach, A Pocket Guide to Coaching Small Groups provides a wealth of tips on how to build relationship with the small group leaders you coach. Small group or cell group leaders can view their coach with suspicion at first, wondering if you are going to give a bunch of unsolicited advise or take up their time without providing much value. This guide shows you how to function as a coach, not an advice-giver, coming alongside the leader to support, encourage and empower them to be their best.
It also delves into the practical lifestyle issues small group coaches face, touching on such immediate issues as time management (how to find creative ways to invest in all these people without spending every night doing it), tips for making your group visits successful, developing the next generation of small group leaders and relating to your small groups pastor. A Pocket Guide to Coaching Small Groups is not a how-to-coach book, but a practical treatment of the relational aspects of small group coaching and the lifestyle issues coaches face.
And with it's low price, its a great gift for all the small group coaches on your team! (877-427-1645 for quantity discounts.)
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Why are coaches important?
Chapter 2: The role of the coach.
Chapter 3: Time management
Chapter 4: Relating to your leaders
Chapter 5: Visiting a small group
Chapter 6: Helping groups to mulitply
Chapter 7: Preparing your leaders to coach
Chapter 8: Your small group pastor
Chapter 9: You are a minister with a ministry
Appendix 1 : Working with the Opposite Sex
Appendix 2-4: Helpful checklists