Every worship leader wants talented team members, but often times when we get them we do not know how to manage them.

What’s the Secret to Managing Talented Team Members?

Do we change things for them, or do we treat them like every other worship team member?  Do we push them to the front, or make them “do their time” in the background?  Are you catering to the pride of Talented Team Members, or are you supposed to keep them humble?

This revealing podcast will help you manage talented team members, and all the other team members as well.  How do you deal with jealousy in the team, because trust me, if you have Talented Team Members someone is going to get a little intimidated and threatened at some time.

We also talk about how you will feel if someone more talented than you comes along.  Can you celebrate the talent, or are you threatened by having someone better than you in your team?

OK, sure, some of the really talented people who come along are prideful as well, but I have found that many of them are quite humble, and some even feel used and abused by pastors and worship leaders. Most in my experience are coming into the team, not to big note themselves, but to serve, and to do their best to shine for the Lord.

So settle back and listen to the guys discuss the very real and pertinent issue of how to best manage team members who are talented.  We will inspire you to honour and elevate those with real talent, how to keep their hearts humble, how to keep your heart humble and how to manage them so that they and the whole team benefit.

We will show you how to love them, how to inspire them and how you can allow those Talented Team Members to positively influence the other members of your worship team…

 

 

 

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About Darin

Ps Darin Browne is an international worship leader and singer/songwriter who loves teaching praise and worship leading and encouraging worship leaders around the world.

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