Belbin Team Roles > an assessment tool that looks at team roles. We have used it with the International Leadership Team. It is a little pricey but gives great insight on the different roles that team members play.
Home Cell Group Explosion: How Your Small Group Can Grow and Multiply [With Study Guide]ir?t=&l=as2&o=1&a=1880828421 by Joel Comiskey. Highly recommended by Leif Gustafson, team leader in Siberia. He writes, “I love to think of my team as a cell group because it makes my ministry clearer for me. Even if you only look at the page on what contributes to cell group multiplication and what doesn't (at the end of chapter one if I remember correctly) it makes this a worthwhile read. It is good at helping make priorities with our relationship with God and prayer for those we are caring for being at the very top of the list.”
Sticky Teams: Keeping Your Leadership Team and Staff on the Same Page by Larry Osborne. Larry Thiessen recommends this book and says, “This book focuses on how to keep your leadership team and staff on the same page. It gives very practical advice to church boards or leadership teams on how to build and maintain unity as well as explaining some of the growing pains of a leadership team that can cause disunity.”
A trust survey which has been used by our Macedonia field in 3 successive years. This survey was adapted from Covey's book, The Speed of Trust. The two survey files are pretty much the same, with one being for self and the other being for the team or the Ministry Leadership Team for the area. The Macedonia area did both of these the first year, and then each year after that they just did the team survey.