How To Spot & Prevent Burnout On Your Team with Deborah Ike [Podcast]

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The Vanderbloemen Leadership Podcast brings you interviews from leaders across the theological spectrum of the global Church. Our goal is to bring you thought-provoking interviews that encourage you, challenge you, and help you build, run, and keep great teams.

In today's episode of the Vanderbloemen Leadership Podcast, Holly talks with Deborah Ike, founder of Velocity Ministry Management.

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Deborah Ike is the president and founder of Velocity Ministry Management, a company dedicated to vision implementation for church leaders. Her mission is to help church leaders grow their church and create a life with healthy margins.

Prior to founding Velocity Ministry Management, Deborah worked in the corporate arena for 10 years to discover how to leverage business principles for ministry vision. She is the author of The Volunteer Management Toolkit and Protect the Vision: A Practical Guide to Church Risk Management.
 

Holly talks with Deborah about:

  • The beginning signs of burnout
  • When to take steps to avoid burnout
  • Questions to ask to spot burnout & healing in others
  • How to prevent burnout on your team

 

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Quotes from Deborah:

Set healthy boundaries when you start out in ministry and stick to them.Tweet: Set healthy boundaries when you start out in ministry and stick to them. http://bit.ly/2eWdRDs @DeborahIkeVMM #Vandercast @VanderbloemenSG

Have a clear, written-down job description for the Senior Pastor. Have realistic expectations.Tweet: Have a clear job description for the Senior Pastor. Have realistic expectations. http://bit.ly/2eWdRDs @DeborahIkeVMM #Vandercast

If you're not taking good care of yourself, you're not going to be healthy enough to serve others.Tweet: If you're not taking good care of yourself, you won't be healthy enough to serve others. http://bit.ly/2eWdRDs @DeborahIkeVMM #Vandercast

Make sure your team members feel like it's okay to say "I need some help."Tweet: Make sure your team members feel like it's okay to say

 

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