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Do Introverts Appreciate The Same Things As Extraverts Within A Ministry Team? A Study Among Leaders Within The New Frontiers Network Of Churches In The United Kingdom

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This chapter focuses on the characteristics of a ministry team valued by extravert leaders and to assess whether these characteristics were equally valued by introvert leaders. It presents the characteristics of a good ministry team valued by extravert Newfrontiers leaders and to assess whether these characteristics were equally valued by introvert Newfrontiers leaders. The chapter examines the correlation between the preferences for introversion over extraversion and another continuous variable, the continuous scale for the two orientations was employed rather than the discrete type categories that can be derived from this underlying continuous score. It also examines the hypothesis that views on what constitutes a good ministry team varies between introverts and extraverts.

Keywords: extraverted perceptions; introvert leaders; ministry team; Newfrontiers leaders



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