Grace Forms - Single Question

Grace Forms - Single Question

This template creates forms in Grace's style (including logos). It creates a form that goes question by question to help users deal with information overload. Form Preview
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Ministry Action Plan (MAP) Form
Ministry Action Plan (MAP) Form
Tell us your Responsibilities, Goals, and Leadership Development Plan
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    To select your supervisor, begin typing their name in the box below and the form should autocomplete it for you. If you do not see your supervisor on the list please email Theresa Cruceta. Thank you!
    • Chris Arroyo
    • Jim Barringer
    • Bill Kennon
    • Adrian Schoonmaker
    • Brandon Collins
    • Tyler Collins
    • Jarrod Jones
    • Jason Ham
    • Jake Hackel
    • Trabelus Whitfield
    • Korey Deck
    • Jeff Dueck
    • Abe Dueck
    • Lee Hach
    • Mike Jones
    • Dave Millay
    • Brenda Doiron
    • Ellen Butler
    • Theresa Cruceta
    • Greg Jaloszynski
    • Jonelle Wuttke
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    This is already filled in with the correct dates for your convenience. 
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    The "Core Responsibilities" is the core bullet list of what you are responsible for on the team (very similar to the core of a job description). To begin click the "bullet icon" below then continue adding your core responsibilities until completed.
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    You may ONLY list 3 goals here. No more. These are the "must achieve, breakthrough" kinds of goals to create and sustain momentum. Not dramatic, but strategic. Not necessarily big (might be), but substantive (must be). Not static, but progress (move the ball down the field). This is NOT about all the work you have to do or the many important tasks in front of you. These are not your plans they are your desired outcomes.
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    You may ONLY list 1 or 2 things here. These are usually one or two sentences each. Avoid listing HOW you want to grow as a leader, and focus WHAT growth/change you want to see happen in you. For example, do not list, "I want to read 5 books on being a better listener" (even though you might need to do that!) but instead list, "I am focused on strengthening my relationships with others by improving my listening skills." Another example - do not list, "I want to be more consistent in my daily prayer life" (even though that's your intention!) but instead list, "I want to develop my spiritual authority by better hearing the voice of God."
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