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One Step Forward: Working as a Team
Posted By Web Team On October 30, 2011 @ 1:00 am In Multimedia,Partners | 4 Comments
We are taking steps forward — one at a time — to ensure that the work of this ministry grows with the needs of the countries we work in. One step we’ve taken in Indonesia is to work in unified teams to better serve our Implementing Church Partners (ICPs).
Our staff and church partners in Indonesia benefit from the collaborative effort between Partnership Facilitators (PFs), Sponsor Donor Services (SDS) and Training Specialists. By working together in unity, we help one another succeed in our individual roles, as this video from our Indonesia office explains.
Project Facilitators have a huge responsibility and the team model helps them know that they don’t need to “do it all” by themselves.
As Sarah Rahadja, Program Communications Director in our Indonesian country office, explains,
“The cross-functional team approach is beautiful for the Project Facilitators because they are not superman or superwoman.”
To illustrate this point, the staff made a fun video we hope you’ll enjoy!
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