This was the closing session for the C3 Kids Conference. A lot of people had left by this session, which always happens because there are people wanting to get home earlier. Unfortunately, those people missed out on a great presentation on utilizing people based on their temperaments.
At Fellowship, there are three temperaments they look at:
- Dreamer: the person who is creative and has big ideas but doesn’t really know how to set up steps to get to that idea.
- Developer: the person who loves administration and organization; this person links the vision of the dreamer to reality.
- Doer: the person who actually does stuff and brings dreams and visions to reality.
They made a point that you should have all three in your teams. The percentages go something like this: 10% dreamers, 20% developers, and 70% doers. You need lots of doers to get a dream into reality.
This session was done in a very casual way where Mike had three of the FC Kids upper level staff share about each of the 3 D’s. It was fun to see each of their creative spins on each. I really liked Mitch Corn’s story of Joshua and the wall of Jericho because of the props involved. Here are the pics:
Seven priests with rams’ horns
It’s the Ark of the Covenant, not Noah’s ark