This one page pre-hire evaluation tool will help you screen applicants for a strengths and chemistry fit for a new position. While skills and experience are relatively simple to match up, the right environment and communication styles are harder to judge ahead of time, and QuickScreen is the tool for just that. We recommend first creating an ideal QuickScreen for a position without any person in mind, after which the QuickScreen reports of applicants can be compared to the ideal. This way, you’ll know in advance what to look out for in your new hire.
- Compare applicants to an ideal
- Consider intangible factors that contribute to team members working together in harmony
- Gives you insights from which to ask questions in a final interview
What does it include?
The QuickScreen one-page includes general characteristics, communication tips, and ideal work environment descriptions for each individual. The report addresses critical areas such as receptivity to change and whether team members are working in a role that is well-suited to their natural strengths. A PDF guide is included to help address differences between an ideal QuickScreen and an actual candidate.
For large, segmented, or volunteer teams, a QuickStrengths report is a speedy way to get to the most needed insights with minimal downtime. This one-page report gives a quick summary of individual strengths and communication styles in graphs and bullet points. Leaders of teams can get a useful snapshot of God’s gifting of all of their people, and team members can better understand how to appreciate and communicate with each other, increasing productivity and morale.
- Fast results for large teams
- Perfect for showing appreciation and support to volunteers
- Resolve and prevent conflict
- Starting point for deeper relationships between team members
- Perfect for displaying in each team member’s office
What does it include?
The QuickStrengths one-page includes general characteristics, communication tips, and ideal work environment descriptions for each individual. The report addresses critical areas such as receptivity to change, and whether team members are working in a role that is well-suited to their natural strengths. A PDF guide is included to help start discussion about these results among team members.
Building strong, effective ministry teams is like taking a whitewater-rafting trip, with many unexpected rapids along the way.
Whether you’re a pastor or ministry leader, a lay leader or a team member, the principles you learn in Leading From Your Strengths: Building Strong Ministry Teams can make a tremendous difference in how effective and intimate your ministry team becomes.
From eye-opening stories, to understanding the four inescapable “transitions” every team must face, to taking an online strengths assessment, you’ll discover your unique God-given strengths, learn to understand and appreciate the strengths of others, and learn to blend the differences to create intimacy, effectiveness, and cooperation in your ministry and relationships like never before.Read More
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The Different by Design curriculum is the ultimate way to build support and communication in marriage. Our promise to you is that this process will transform marriages to the oneness God intended.
Different by Design Curriculum Key Benefits:
- Self-Understanding: discover your core strengths and behavioral style in marriage
- Spouse Understanding: recognize the unique qualities and strengths in your spouse
- Communication: learn to interact with your spouse more effectively
- Collective Strengths: understand how you and your spouse can combine your strengths in problem solving, processing information, managing change, and facing risk.
Two factors that impact marriages more than any others: how we understand Love (relationships) and Money (finances).
How we handle money often leads to conflict in marriage. But the underlying issues are often miscommunication and misunderstanding. Love and Money will lead you to a greater depth of intimacy in your relationship and change the way you look at each other and your finances forever.
Don’t just survive in your marriage – when both of you can thrive.Read More