To be an effective worship leader, you have to know your congregation. And not just the congregation as a faceless mass, but each individual person and his or her needs.
To that end, Worship Leader Magazine has an article by Mark Mattingly about the four worship temperaments:
It can be extremely frustrating and even discouraging at times if we do not have a clear understanding of the types of “worship temperaments” existing in our churches. From a musical perspective, there are four types of worship temperaments. To help illustrate this, we have created four characters that represent each of these four types.
Looking at your congregation through this lens can help you identify weak spots in your own ministry and ways to improve their engagement.
Click here to read the whole thing. Very interesting stuff.