Responsiveness to change

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Responsivenessto change

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Responsiveness to change 2-5% 10-20% 25-40% 25-40% 10-20% Creators Progressives Builders Foundationals Anchors

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The body is a unit, though it is made up of many parts; and though all its parts are many, they form one body. So it is with Christ. 1 cor.12:12 Everyone is needed

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Responsiveness to change 2-5% 10-20% 25-40% 25-40% 10-20% Creators Progressives Builders Foundationals Anchors

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Creators Creators are relatively few (2%-5%) Out of the box thinkers Artists, inventors etc. Creators have little loyalty to history They think new thoughts – look at life differently Easily bored by routine The sheer element of newness attracts them to ideas

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Creator’s strengths: involve us to see into the future; to shake loose from the past that can keep us from being effective. God is a Creator in his work and keeps doing new things Creator’s weaknesses: lack of tolerance; often alienate others by pushing risky, unproven ideas; sometimes too quick to bail out Creators

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Responsiveness to change 2-5% 10-20% 25-40% 25-40% 10-20% Creators Progressives Builders Foundationals Anchors

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Are not so much the originators of new ideas, but see ans idea they like and strive to act on it Serve as editors and refiners of crator’s ideas and see how they can make the ideas practical Tend to be better appreciated than passion-driven creators New ideas for improvement do not threathen them, but embrace them if they add to the church Average 10-20% of the community pROGRESSIVES

Progessives’ strenghts: Ope to new ideas and to help weigh the risks and viability. Demenonstrate their faith by trusting God for things that are yet unproven. Most organisations would not move forward without their influence. Progessives’ weaknesses: low tolerance; often reduces communication; alienate people with different opinions pROGRESSIVES

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Responsiveness to change 2-5% 10-20% 25-40% 25-40% 10-20% Creators Progressives Builders Foundationals Anchors

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Good-hearted people who strife to keep an organisation from tipping over from new ideas and the risk that comes from giving up proven ways. They initiate improvement incrementally Balanced – stabalise the group Are active carrying out the ideas and making them a realistic part of the present so that we do not regret the past. bUILDERS

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Builders’ strenghts : Being stable and loyal. Avoid being swayed by fads. Make the improvement a lifestyle and part of the organisation Builders’ weaknesses : tend to gain their security and sometimes even their identity from the present setting. Thus they cab ne resistant to change because they do not have their own experience to give them confidence bUILDERS

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Responsiveness to change 2-5% 10-20% 25-40% 25-40% 10-20% Creators Progressives Builders Foundationals Anchors

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Prefer to keep things as they are Only accept change after the majority has already done so Help us to avoid losing our past values and meaningfull history Provide stability and overall strength by keeping the progessives in check Believe they are strengthening the future by preserving the past Very dependable and loyal foUNDATIONALS

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Foundationals’ strenghts: desire to honourvaluable heritage; very loyal, also to new ideas once they are established. Help progressives maintain essential values Foundationals’ weaknesses: tendency to resist progress; confident with antiquated forms and practices; don’t see that change need not be bad foUNDATIONALS

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Responsiveness to change 2-5% 10-20% 25-40% 25-40% 10-20% Creators Progressives Builders Foundationals Anchors

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Making us think through our change issues Are in love with our heritage and have great appreciation for historical effectiveness and values They highly esteem routine and rituals They push Progressives and Builders to synthesize and plan innovations so as not to wreck an organisation Force us to think through the process and outcomes of innovations Represent those who stay in the old country, turning out the lights when the rest have gone Anchors

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Anchors’strenghts: exceptional loyalty; love for the past allows us to contunue celebrate our heritage; cause us to think through our processes,motives and ideas; emphasis on long-term values and to remember the lasting good things of the past. Anchors’ weaknesses: fear of the future and change. Anchors with a bad attitude can be divisive; They can earnestly believe that they are right when in reality they have created idols out of their traditions and religeous practices. Attitude of self-righteousness Anchors

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Responsiveness to change 2-5% 10-20% 25-40% 25-40% 10-20% Creators Progressives Builders Foundationals Anchors

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No one is right No one is wrong We are all different and Toghether we form the body of Christ. Iedereen is nodig

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