September 18, 2018 Tony Morgan

Are You Leading a High Impact Team?

Lance Witt is a good friend of mine. I’ve had the privilege of working with him over the years. I love what he said about staff teams—I wrote it on my whiteboard.

“The best teams are both healthy and high-performing. They get along well and they get stuff done. They focus on relationships and results.”

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It’s the two components together that make an effective organization.

“The best teams are both healthy and high-performing. They get along well and they get stuff done. They focus on relationships and results.” - Lance Witt Click To Tweet

How is your team doing? Is there a strong culture? Are there positive, healthy relationships? Is there healthy conflict?

Every part of the body must be alive and growing. And, no one wants to be a part of an unhealthy, underperforming team. If your staff isn’t satisfied in their ministry and relationships, they will begin to look for another place to serve that can appreciate and cultivate their gifts in a healthy way. If your staff isn’t satisfied in their ministry and relationships, they will begin to look for another place to serve that can appreciate and cultivate their gifts in a healthy way. Click To Tweet

If you’re not sure where to take next steps, I’d suggest you read Lance’s book. My team and I have also talked a lot about building healthy teams here on my site and over at theunstuckgroup.com.

I specifically suggest checking out our Staffing & Structure Review process. It focuses on building staff health and an effective structure, while making sure each staff member is in the right role based on their giftings. It sets you up to be a high performing team and helps build the framework for a healthy culture. Learn how it works here.

Learn How the Staffing and Structure Review Works


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Tony Morgan

Tony Morgan

Tony is the Chief Strategic Officer and founder of The Unstuck Group. For 14 years, Tony served on the senior leadership teams at West Ridge Church (Dallas, GA), NewSpring Church (Anderson, SC) and Granger Community Church (Granger, IN). He's written several books and articles that have been featured with the Willow Creek Association, Catalyst and Pastors.com.