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Publication Date: 17 Mar 2011
Series: The SPCK Library of Ministry
Publisher: SPCK Publishing
Page Count: 192
Author: Paul Nash|Sally Nash
ISBN-13: 9780281064755, 9780281066087

Skills for Collaborative Ministry

By Paul Nash, Sally Nash
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Summary
Contemporary mission and ministry, as well as best practice in secular government, emphasize partnership and working together. Yet this can be easier said than done. At its best, working together brings energy and synergy and enables you to achieve something you could never do alone. At its worst, it's a nightmare that you may well wish you had never got into. Skills for Collaborative Ministry will help you to work more effectively with other people, bothinside and outside of the Church. Each chapter focuses on a particular skill - such as team building, facilitation, diversity skills, conflict resolution and evaluation techniques - outlines the theory and the theology behind it, and gives practical guidance and advice. Written by an experienced team, the book includes exercises for both individuals and groups, along with a range of ideas that can be adapted to your own context. It will enable you to work collaboratively with confidence and skill.
About the Author
Dr Sally Nash is director of the Midlands Centre for Youth Ministry, UK and has been involved in Christian youth work for 25 years. Rev'd Paul Nash is Senior Chaplain at Birmingham Children's Hospital and a Tutor at the Midlands Centre for Youth Ministry and was previously on the Leadership Team of Youth for Christ. Jo Pimlott is assistant director at the Midlands Centre for Youth Ministry and has been involved in church leadership for many years. She is the author of several books on youth work including Inspire, Inspire too and Meet them where they're at.

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