Wednesday, January 25, 2006

Staff Meetings That Work

Simply Strategic Show:

Episode #6 - The Three S's in Every Staff Meeting

Hosts: Tim Stevens and Tony Morgan

Recently returning from being in the sun too long, Tim and Tony talk about ways to improve a team atmosphere, workshops coming up, and still have time to share an intimate moment or two.

To listen now, click the podcast icon below.

Links to some people, places and things mentioned in this show:

Running Time: 19:16


At 12:07 AM, Anonymous ewald said...

Hey guys, cool "show". I am from SOuth africa and realy enjoy your insight...

At 4:13 PM, Anonymous Los said...

I love it. Thanks for the show. I subscribed.

At 12:13 PM, Blogger Gene said...

Hi Guys,

I liked it. It sounded good too.

The interview thing sounded sort of scarey....

Gene Ort

At 4:18 PM, Blogger Clayton Bell said...

Hey Guys!

Love the books and was stoked to find the podcast, I'll be eagerly anticiapting the shows!

I know that most like to hear the intimate moments, but I really enjoy when you guys process through the things that you've been through at Granger, it helps me so much to hear how other process through similar situations with different experiances and mindsets. Keep up the good work!

At 2:12 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey, I remember what SWAT originally stood for, Tim. Even though you said it was called SWAT for "no particular reason". I think you're just embarrassed because it's an acronym. (Staff Working As a Team). Or, maybe, you're just embarrassed because you won the "Create a Logo" contest for the staff meeting and you were the contest creator, organizer and judge. I don't know, could be a coincidence.

At 2:15 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lowlight is a word. Pronunciation: 'lO-"lIt
Function: noun
: a particularly bad or unpleasant event, detail, or part

Plus, it's something you can pay extra for at the hair salon in addition to your highlights. Makes your bill about double. Which is another "lowlight" if you will.


At 2:17 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

You gave credit to Northpoint for our staff meeting. But, you didn't tell the rest of the story that I thought was cool. Remember how part of your inspiration for how GCC's staff meeting was structured came from Hunter's school when you watched him be part of the student of the week? I thought that was a cool story and I thought it was neat how you implemented it into your staff team and ministry environment.



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