One of the easiest things for church teams to do is to finish a weekend or an event and move on quickly to the next weekend or event without reviewing or examining what just happened. I’ll be the first to admit that there are certain busy seasons, *insert Christmas season here*, that the pace of events outpaces our ability to slow down and review how everything looked and felt.
I found myself the other night looking back at some of the videos we had captured from our Christmas services. A month or so later, fully out of the Christmas mode, and out of the moment of the night, gives you a great honest perspective of how things looked and felt. Not only that, but how did we communicate as a team? To be honest, there’s a lot of notes I took. There’s a lot of things we need to still work on. But one of the big things I took away was compliments for some of our team members. How far one of our video directors has come. How awesome our camera guys did that night. How, even with all the last minute changes behind the scenes, our team knocked it out of the park. In your reviews, take note of what you need to work on for sure! That’s how we get better. But take the time to brag on your team and what they did well.