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Workplace Groups: How can Christian Workplace Group Leaders Learn from Others? 

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Sometimes Christian Workplace Group leaders can feel isolated.  Although there are a few exceptions, there is usually only one Christian Workplace Group in the organisation. Because of the very specific context, aims and objectives of a Christian Workplace Group, support from local churches can be varied. All in all, it may feel like there is no-one to turn to, to encourage and support you in managing and developing a growing Christian Workplace Group.

Of course first and foremost, Group leaders can talk to a Transform Work ambassador for help and advice.  However, there are real benefits in speaking ‘face-to-face’ with other Group leaders who understand exactly what you are going through and who can talk through with you, your aspirations, aims and objectives for your Christian Workplace Group.

One of the best things therefore that you can do for your Christian Workplace Group, is to meet up with the leaders and members of other groups in your area!  Networking events are a great opportunity to share with others what you are doing, as well as learning from them what they do. By collaborating in this way, you'll find your faith and optimism increasing as you realise that there are many other Christian Workplace Groups out there who are having an impact on the organisations in which they work. You are not alone!

An example of a recent networking event was held in Birmingham.  Here more than 20 Christian Workplace Group leaders met, which included potential leaders of new groups, sharing testimonies and encouraging each other.  This event has become so popular that it now meets regularly every 2 months.

Most networking events that we know of take place in the evenings for 1 – 2 hours, and because they are ‘local’ it means leaders do not have to take time off work or give up too much of their family time.

So how does this apply to you?  If you are interested in attending a networking event, or would like to be involved in creating such a network in your area, then let us know. The Transform Work  team will then work with you and put you in contact with other like-minded Christian Workplace Group leaders.  We can help with the topics, promoting it to others, and in some cases come along and take part.

So are you ready to learn? 

Thinking of starting a Christian Workplace eGroup? Here's a short guide to the first steps to take.