|Why Is The Men's Ministry Leader Quit Rate So High?|
|Written by Patrick Morley|
|Monday, September 27 2004 11:15|
One of the top ten problems in men’s discipleship ministry, and a contender for problem #1, is the leader quit rate. There is a strong literature that transformational leadership is the single most important factor to successfully implement and sustain a program.
Why do leaders quit, and what is the effect? Man in the Mirror has conducted several hundred men’s seminars. Yet, attendance at these events inevitably falls short of the leader’s projections. The sponsoring leaders are unprepared for how tight a grip the world has on men—often a chokehold. Fewer men respond to marketing, fewer men attend, fewer men follow through, fewer men change than “expected.”