New Mexico Missions Department  
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New Mexico Missions Department
Valley Grove Christian Faith Center, 221 Holguin Rd. Vado NM 88072
1004 Broadway SE Albuquerque, NM 87102
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Phone: 575 650-3819 / 505 203-8795
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  • Successful Organization
  1. Increasing team communication.
  2. Improving organizational communication.
  3. Using informal communication networks.
Formats- Variety of formats is get team together to talk, including team meetings, informal chats, and scheduled informational discussions.
Purpose- Understand all sessions are to raise concerns, ask questions, receive knowledge and guidance, and vent frustration.
Leader- Group must understand how proud the leader is of their work and that they understand he/she was the common link among all his subordinates.
Streamline- Keep your language simple, use a minimum of jargon, or specialized words, and be as brief as possible.
Revised- Reread what you’ve written at least twice and make whatever correction or improvement you can.
Review- Have an assistance or associate review the document for effectiveness, clarity, and correctness before you send it.
Observe Your Habits”
  1. Videotaping your presentation can help you correct bad habits.
  2. Tapping your pen, nervousness, not looking people in the eyes, or looking bored all work against effective communications.
  3. Practice- variety of material available to help improve writing, grammar vocabulary skill library bookstore.
  4. Outline- make not of the purpose and main points of your document before you begin to write it.
  5. Target- consider who will be reading what you write, what they know about the subject, and what you want them to do after they read the document.
  6. Lead- avoid using phrases that make excuses, lack of confidence, or suggest incompetence, these are not the qualities you want to project as a leader.
  7. Speaking- leaders need to communicate clearly. Proper speech and grammar, along with easy-to-follow points are vital to your effectiveness; seek help if this is a problem for you.
  8. Presenting, making presentations is part of being a leader, being natural, using visual aids, and including humor are all part of good presentations, rehearse with someone whose criticism you value.
  9. Consistency in the way you communicate to others improves communication. If your approach to others is erratic this sends confusing and conflicting messages.
  10.  It’s also valuable to report your important messages from time to time to make sure that they are received and understood. Also, having your instructions mirrored back to you helps when you’re having a difficult time communicating with certain people.
  11.  Leaders should aim to spend more time listening than talking this is an active, not passive process in which you try to understand the other person’s perspective. Let your ears be the gateway to other’s strengths and concerns.
Leadership Skills
  1. Face to Face communication.
  2. Listening to others.
  3. Speaking well.
  4. Presenting Effectively.
  5. Writing clearly.
Most Effective Delivery Of Message
One key in getting people to come to you when they need your help is to be approachable by adjusting your speaking style to more closely resemble those to whom you’re speaking.
Be understanding and sincere being empathetic towards others and trying to understand their motivations and concerns helps create a two a two-way relationship.
Psychology- Leader’s should know that some people in group’s are bashful about raising question, so he should attempt anticipate their needs when responding to others questions.
Tools- leader should also use newsletters, bulletin boards and e-mail to communicate with his team.
Disgruntled- People who feel that they have been treated unfairly.
Leader should always call the team together and encourage those who are disgruntled to vent their frustrations. Furthermore group meetings are appropriate forms for team members to vent their frustrations. If the lead provides this outlet, misunderstandings could grow.
  1. Every organization needs a department internal communications program, all companies and or programs need someone in charge or a collective function of leaders at all levels.
  2. Good organizational communication means that the members are well informed on all significant issues which affect them, including business challenges, policy changes, and operational and strategic issues.
  3. Other issues which are included in organizational communications include organizational structure, customer service, workplace improvements, and the use of information technology.
  4. Leaders should always be searching for ways to improve communications outside of their immediate realms. You are also responsible for correcting any misinformation about your subordinates or department.
  5. It’s also necessary for a leader to actively communicate with other department to discover information that you need but has not been given to you.
  6. Another way of improving communications among different groups is to suggest a shard function such as a potluck lunch or weekend social activity.
When a leader discovers any wrong information the leader should call a meeting and inform all others of the problem and all responsible to correct any communications problems concerning subordinates, not to malign someone else.

New Mexico Jurisdiction Missions Department
Pastor Jonathan Haywood/Elder Darrly Clark
We Supports our Leadership
Bishop J. L' Keith Jones- Prelate
Mother Lula M. Kitchen- Supervisor


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