Coaching Questions For CCCI National Teams

Some coaching questions for CCCI National Teams (NTs):

  1. At what Stage is your country?
  2. According to the definition of a Stage in the E-Team document “Stages of National Ministry and Leadership (2).docx”, what are the requirements for your country to move to the next Stage?
  3. Based upon the CCC Global Direction “inverted pyramid” diagram definition of a Movement in the document “CCC Planning Pyramid 7-11-11.pdf” how would you define a working Movement in your country?
  4. In what ways do the ministry in your country not meet your definition of a movement?
  5. What are the things that need to have changed in the current (non-movement) ministry in your country to make it comply with your definition of a movement?
  6. What are the biggest things that need to have changed by the end of June 2013 to move the (non-movement) ministry in your country the greatest amount towards your definition of a movement?
  7. What are the three things that you need to do during the next 12 months in order to effect the biggest things that need to have changed by the end of June 2013 to move the ministry in your country the greatest amount towards your definition of a movement?

The questions build upon each other, and by the end the questions are complex. However, if the questions are answered in the above sequence, then the steps from answering one question to the next should not be too great.

At the end of this process the National Teams should have a three step action plan to most effectively develop movements that move them towards the next stage. All that matters then is that each national team staff member does everything that they can over the next 12 months to implement these three steps.

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