The leader's behavior sounded like this:
"...______ is just not the person we hired..."
"...when dealing with challenges _____ has gone from a tenacious problem-solver to victim..."
We talked and prayed about what to do, and while preparing to regroup, I read the following article referred by LinkedIn non-profit org management. It helped me help them...
Should you hire for Skills or Spirit - FC Expert Blogger Michelle Randall, FastCompany.com, Nov. 8, 2011
- If what we are ministering doesn't work for me (first), and our team [Jerusalem], how can it work for those we serve [in Judea and Samaria], and out into the world?
- What doesn't work for the leadership team, won't work in the ministry, and you can't demand that God bless something He doesn't love.
- Start with your own practices and prayers to get your heart right — maybe you need to answer that question personally, "If I could do WHATEVER and make a living at it, what would I do?" When you can display real (not fake) passion for your work, you have the stuff to instill that passion in your team mates.
- You find (rediscover) YOUR passion, and then you can ask for it of your team mates. Let them see what passion looks like in you, then you can add that to your MUST HAVE list of qualities.