January 25, 2017

The Leadership Unstuck Podcast: How to Fix Your Church’s Planning Problems


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Having big plans is great… unless they’re never executed. In this episode of the Leadership Unstuck Podcast, I talk to Ryan Stigile, of The Unstuck Group, and Shayne O’Brien, Lead Pastor of RockPointe Church in Leander, Texas about how to avoid some of the mistakes churches make in their planning process.

Churches often get stuck when they don’t understand how to effectively move through the strategic planning process. That’s why it’s important to create the right structure to consistently realize your goals.

In this episode, you will discover:

  • Practical ways to realize your goals as a church.

  • Reasons why churches struggle to execute their strategic plans.

  • The key elements of an effective planning process.

Additional Resources:

The 4 Phase Planning Process for Church Leaders

How to Stick to Your Strategic Plan

Why the Key to Flexibility In Leadership is Planning

Developing a Theology of Planning

Join the Conversation:

We would love to hear about some of the intentional steps you plan to take this month to help you begin to improve the planning process in your church. Comment on this post or share on social media using the hashtag #unstuck.

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