Ongoing Staff Training
Leading When Times are Tough
Foundational principles leaders must understand in order to handle difficult people and situations. Handling criticism in a healthy way, steps toward biblical confrontation and five stages Paul used with Philemon regarding conflict management.
Developing Decision-making Skills
There are choices to be made from the first day a person is born until he takes his dying breath. It is important to learn how to make good decisions. Decision-making is an art, but it is also a science, and as such it is a skill that can be developed. Because a person must make choices everyday that will affect him the rest of his life, a careful study of how decisions are made may assist people in becoming more skillful decision-makers.
This 3 part video series addresses the issue of Compassion Fatigue. Many caregivers, medical workers and ministry workers have experienced this form of burnout. This is particularly true in Teen Challenge ministry. This course defines Compassion Fatigue and then goes on to give help in recognizing, preventing and treating this condition. This is meant to be used as an introductory teaching. uploaded 2/1/2013