P 84 Growing in Ministry: Using Critical Incident Analysis

Critical Incident Analysis offers a powerful tool for learning from experience. Originating in the Second World War, it has been adapted for use in industry and in vocational professions.

This booklet starts with the biblical imperative of learning from our experience in ministry. It then explores how critical incident analysis can be used in individual and shared reflection that leads to growth in wisdom and self-awareness. It uses real-life stories and methods developed over a number of years in pastoral training.

It will be of interest to all those involved in training others or wanting to grow in ministry themselves.
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Author: Revd Charles Chadwick

Charles' 17 years in ordained ministry have exposed him to a wide range of communities and experiences in urban, suburban and rural settings. He is married with two children.

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Author: Phillip Tovey

Phillip is Director of Reader Training, Diocese of Oxford and Liturgy Tutor, Ripon College, Cuddesdon. He has experience of working overseas and in parish ministry and has written widely on Christian worship and liturgy.

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