We’re back and wrapping up the Leadership Judo series, this time talking about the Synergist Leadership Style. This style is an important one and there are some unique dynamics in understanding, working with and accepting the contributions of a Synergist.
Here are some of the key highlights
- Ask a Synergist to help you get people on board with an idea or initiative-they have great people skills and can build unity among team members.
- Conflict often occurs between a Synergist and the Operator. The Operator can be viewed as too blunt and down to business by the Synergist who the operator thinks just focuses on talking and doing nothing of real substance.
- The Synergist may default to inaction when the team or staff fails to develop consensus-it is important to help them move forward recognizing that you’ll never have 100% of your people/team/congregation on board.
- They Synergist is a great relationship builder and can get a good read on people-connect with them to understand what might be taking place within your congregation.
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