All groups end, but not all groups end well.
In this training Trey McKnight explores how to prepare for you group to end well.
As all groups have a natural life cycle, leaders must work with their group members to craft a picture of a strong finish.
How are you planning today for a successful end to your current group?
Try Doing These Things:
- Begin with the end in mind. Groups end best when they begin with the understanding that one of the group's goals is to expand its influence by multiplying into more than one group.
- Don't avoid talking about ending. It can be an awkward and even emotional topic. But the more openly you address, the more comfortable your group members will be with the process.
- Begin the two-session Ending Well study during the last 60 to 90 days of your group. It will guide you through the steps of finishing your current group, and multiplying your influence.