Staff Satisfaction Survey; Complelling Vision and Rewarding Work Create a Stressed but Happy Staff

Seeking to discover what brings church staff the most satisfaction in their roles and relationships, Leadership Network measured satisfaction around two distinct issues in the Staff Satisfaction Survey. Staff from thirty-four leading churches ranked several factors based on personal job satisfaction and the impact of the church on their job satisfaction.

Leadership Network’s concept paper, Staff Satisfaction Survey; Compelling Vision and Rewarding Work Create a Stressed-but-Happy Staff , previously published by Pat Springle explores this important topic.

Here are some great quotes from the paper:

 

“I appreciate how committed our staff are to God’s purposes and work and seek His direction for ministry.”

“I’m working in a job that maximizes my strengths and that helps people meet Christ. What could be better than that?”

“I’m working in a job that maximizes my strengths and that helps people meet Christ. What could be better than that?”

“My work fits my schedule. It’s close to home and very flexible. Also, I’m allowed to do my job without much interference.”

“We have a common vision to serve Christ together and help people get involved in God’s mission.”

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