The National Team Leader (NTL) sets the spiritual temperature and strategic direction for the national ministry, so investment in the initial training and ongoing development is essential. The National Team Leader Development content casts vision for this role and provides principles and practical content.
The National Team Leader (NTL) role is one of the most significant in our organization. It is challenging and rewarding and essential for building movements everywhere. The NTL Development content helps prepare leaders for this crucial role. A line leader can facilitate the modules in an event or coaching group, or NTLs can access the materials individually, choosing the most helpful for their specific needs.
**First, please read this Cover Letter by Delanyo Adadevoh.
The content is based on these Roles and Expectations and covers three main areas.
- Leading Spiritually: Lesson #1
- Leading Strategically: Lessons #2 – #8
- Leading as a Steward – Lessons #9 – #13
You will want to refer to the Introduction to the NTL Development page to see a complete outline of lessons with links to the resources.
**The content can flexibly adapt to each national leader’s context and learning environment. You can study the lessons in any order, although a few (marked with an asterisk) are essential for all NTLs.
You can use the NTL Self-Assessment to evaluate needs and monitor progress.
Through establishing Roles and Expectations, the NTL Development content focuses on accomplishing the learning outcomes for the different elements of the NTL’s job. It is divided into 3 Areas:
All the content is designed to be used flexibly and can be adapted to the contexts and learning environments of the leader. The NTL Development identifies and explains how the material can be used in five common learning environments.
An NTL Self-Assessment is also included to evaluate needs and monitor progress.
Not sure where to go from here? Take a look at some of the other Development Resources that are available to you.
Equipping you with the tools you need to develop leaders who build movements