Trust is given for two reasons: character and competence. Character includes one's integrity, motive and intent with people. Competence includes capabilities, skills, and record of performance. Both are vital - Stephen Covey. If there is unimpeachable integrity but incompetence then its hard for people to personally invest in leadership. If the opposite is true, there is competence but not integrity, then trust is not extended for fear of being used or hurt.
An informative and well written article by Ann Garrido on the history, character, and growth of the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd. Simple to share with parents and parish administrators to introduce the program. (She was my trainer, amazing woman!
Leadership is a foul weather job. Anyone can stand at the helm, enjoying the feathered cirrus clouds and deep blue sky as the ship sails gently along, but it takes a real leader to guide a ship to safety through rough seas, exposed reefs and contrary winds on a lee shore.
Assess Your Volunteer Management Program - Stewardship Advocates
Seeing with a Good Eye http://focusedintensitycoaching.com/stewardship/seeing-with-a-good-eye/?utm_campaign=coschedule&utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=Focused%20Intensity%20Coaching%20(focused%20intensity%20coaching)&utm_content=Seeing%20with%20a%20Good%20Eye