Ministry Community of Practice
(currently on hold)
The purpose of the Ministry Community of Practice (COP) is to:
- Provide opportunities for members to share best practices and learn from each other about the common trends and on how to serve ministry clients of all faiths, both clergy and laity;
- Elevate the awareness, application and support of coaching in a variety of ministry contexts and faith traditions to meet the needs of both clergy and laity within church, home, community and business environments; and
- Identify and share potential business development strategies and coaching opportunities with those desiring to coach within the ministry niche.
If you are interested in coaching in a ministry context, we invite you to join the Ministry Community of Practice (COP) conference call on the fourth Monday of the month from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM.
Contact Tom Donaldson (firstname.lastname@example.org
) and he will provide you with the link to join. The
next call is Monday, April 25, 2016.
About Communities of Practice
The ICF-North Texas is beginning to recognize and support Communities of Practice within our coaching world. A "community of practice" is formed by a group of people interested in sharing their knowledge and passion for something they do on a regular basis. In short, it's an intentional learning community built on active contributions from each and every member. If you are interested in starting a community of practice in the North Texas area, please reach out to Laurel Rolls, Programs@icf-nt.com