Staffing

Deborah Ike · July 18, 2017
If you’re planning an outdoor event, here are a few things you should consider to make it a successful and safe experience for everyone involved.

Mark MacDonald · May 23, 2017
Having worked in church communications for years, I realize that success for the role of communications is contingent on four traits that must be present in the leader.

By Phil Cooke · May 18, 2017
The employees are the ones that make an organization work, so learning as much as we can about them is critical – and I’m often surprised at how little pastors and other leaders actually know about the personal side of their team.

By Mike Sessler · March 03, 2017
Is your team of volunteers starting to get stretched thin? You may want to decide at what point does your church need to hire a leader to head the technical direction.

Deborah Ike · November 01, 2016
While the Christmas season will always be a big time of year for church staff, there are a few things you can do to make this process easier for everyone.

By Andrew Stone · October 28, 2016
Getting past some of the primary fears and issues that hold us back from excellence.

Gary Zandstra · October 24, 2016
How does your audio person rehearse? Can you sound tech practice their craft? The answer is yes, and here are several of the best options in today's digital multi-track recorders.

By Phil Bowdle · September 16, 2016
If you're working on a church staff, then you probably find yourself in one of three situations.

Deborah Ike · September 06, 2016
Once you find that individual and get them up-to-speed, it won’t be long before they're looking for an opportunity to grow. After all, that’s what high-performers do.

Deborah Ike · August 09, 2016
When you work at the place you worship, there’s a unique dynamic at play.