Managing ministry skills
"Managing Ministry Skills is a course that forms an essential part of the learning process for effective ministry. Built on the principles of "NAT11236007 Manage own work performance", this course equips individuals with the necessary skills to excel in their ministry roles. Just like any other skill or profession, ministry requires continuous growth and development. This course serves as a solid foundation, applicable not only within the Christian context but also in the secular business world, as the principles are universal."
With a focus on managing one's own work performance, this course addresses critical aspects such as setting personal goals, prioritizing tasks, and reviewing and improving individual performance. These skills are indispensable for the growth and development of ministry, complementing a deep understanding of the word of God.Imagine being able to effectively set and achieve goals, ensuring that your work priorities align with your calling. By embracing the principles taught in this course, you can develop a professional skill set that not only enhances your ministry but also translates seamlessly into various other work environments.
The course equips individuals in Christian organizations with the necessary skills and knowledge to take full responsibility for their own work and performance. It guides you in setting meaningful goals, planning effectively, and managing and improving your work performance. These skills are essential for individuals seeking to make a positive impact within their organizations and communities.By investing in the Managing Ministry Skills course, you are investing in your personal and professional growth. Take control of your work performance, unlock your potential, and cultivate a thriving ministry that leaves a lasting impact on those you serve.Join us on this transformative journey, as we empower you with the tools and knowledge you need to excel in ministry and beyond."
NAT11236007 Manage own work performance
This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to assume responsibility for own work performance. It requires the ability to set work goals and plans, manage and improve own work performance.
The unit applies to individuals in Christian organisations who are expected to take responsibility for their own work and performance.
1. Set personal goals
1.1 Apply the beliefs, goals and values of the organisation to the performance of own work for the organisation
1.2 Assess personal skill and knowledge against the role description and determine areas and priorities for development
1.3 Set personal goals to reflect roles and responsibilities within the organisation, incorporating identified areas and priorities for improvement
2. Complete personal work priorities and goals
2.1 Develop a work plan that prioritises responsibilities, duties and tasks as determined by role description
2.2 Follow work plans and schedules to achieve personal and organisational goals
2.3 Use technology efficiently and effectively to manage work priorities and commitments as required
2.4 Implement strategies for minimising and managing stress
2.5 Demonstrate consistency in personal performance
3. Review own work performance
3.1 Use feedback from supervisors, peers and clients to review and improve own performance
3.2 Review personal goals against organisational directions and personal performance
3.3 Ascertain and use opportunities for professional development to extend personal performance and goals
The candidate must show evidence of the ability to complete tasks outlined in the elements and performance criteria of this unit, manage tasks and manage contingencies in the context of the job role.
There must be demonstrated evidence that the candidate has managed own work performance in relation to at least two work tasks
In the course of the above, the candidate must:
- apply judgment, experience and knowledge of organisational deadlines and goals
- ascertain and apply applicable workplace health and safety, regulatory and organisational requirements
- make decisions within own responsibility and accountability
- manage time effectively
- develop strategies for minimising and managing stress
The candidate must be able to demonstrate the essential knowledge required to effectively complete the tasks outlined in the elements and performance criteria of this unit.
This includes knowledge of:
- organisational mission, values and expectations of behaviour
- legal and ethical considerations, organisational policies and codes of conduct and their application to own role
- goal setting strategies
- how personal goals and behaviour contribute to the achievement of enterprise goals
- technology for scheduling and managing work
- strategies for reviewing own performance
- strategies for managing stress
Assessment must be conducted in an environment that reflects workplace conditions, with access to organisational mission statements, policies and procedures