When a senior and junior leader occupy a similar role as communicators, ego and pride can take root, unless the leaders are open and honest. Steve and Chris Alessi share how they blend their unique styles to communicate truth and a common vision to their congregation.
Have you ever wondered how pastors develop their sermons?
And what happens if you have a father and son team - or a senior and junior leader - who often share the same platform? How do they make it all work without sending mixed messages?
Those two questions are being answered this week by Steve Alessi and his son, Chris Alessi, who together work in their family business of ministry at Metro Life Church in Miami, FL.
In this episode, they discuss the similarities and differences in how they do their specific job of communicating with the church, and share the rarely revealed process of developing messages and sermons.
You’ll discover how two people with very different approaches can achieve the same goals, and how you can utilize your strengths in your family or business environment, even if someone else in your organization has similar responsibilities and functions.
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