KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares Handling Toxic Team Members

Handling Toxic Team Members

As a leader in your organization, unfortunately at some point, you will likely come across a staff member or volunteer who lacks a desire to complete their assigned tasks and exhibits a negative or even toxic attitude. Organizations utilizing volunteers know attracting good quality people for ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares 13 Top Productivity Hacks

13 Top Productivity Hacks

Life comes at us fast, and there’s no shortage of advice on improving productivity. The challenge is many tips or suggestions are random pieces of information that may or may not apply to your situation. So, how do you find the right hacks for you? ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares 11 Ways to Combat Stress

11 Ways to Combat Stress

You might not realize it, but stress may be affecting your quality of life and performance at work. It’s never a good practice to ignore feelings of constant tension. Indicators of Stress Stress can affect several different areas and systems of the body. Understanding the symptoms of ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares 20 Exit Interview Questions for Feedback

20 Exit Interview Questions for Feedback

Volunteers and committed staff make a difference in the performance of your organization. Aristotle once said, “The essence of life is serving others and doing good”. In fact, many organizations cannot carry out their mission without committed volunteers and long-term staff. Recently, VolunteerHub shared that ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-in Is Sharing Managing Negative Attitudes

Managing Negative Attitudes

Successful collaboration is vital for creating positive or negative attitudes within a team or organization. Collaboration is the “act of working with another person or group of people to produce the desired result or positive outcome.” Creating a culture of collaboration takes time and commitment ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares Top KidCheck Blog Posts of 2021

Top Blog Posts of 2021

In 2021 KidCheck continued to share new ideas and original content to help equip leaders of organizations focused on kids and youth to improve protection and safety. Our goals for the blog are to provide new insights, highlight the benefits of using our technology, and ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares Guest Post: Building Self Confidence as a Leader from Dale Hudson

Guest Post: Building Leadership Self Confidence from Dale Hudson

A benefit of being a leader with self-confidence is that you will earn the trust and respect of others. People are more willing to put their confidence in someone they know can lead them in the right direction and identify opportunities that others don’t see. We’re ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares Creating an Anti-Bullying Program: The Implementation

Creating an Anti-Bullying Program: The Implementation

This is the third and final post in the series on Creating an Anti-Bullying Program. The series focuses on the components, the framework, and the implementation of a new program. This post discusses the steps to successfully implement your program and the benefits of tracking and ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Is Sharing The Cost of the Constant Hustle

The Cost of the Constant Hustle

If you spend any time on social media, you’ll see hashtags such as #sleepisforlosers, #riseandgrind, and #hustlehard. Our culture is obsessed with long work hours, busyness, and constant achievement. We praise grueling schedules, glorify busyness, and constantly look for ways to perform the next miracle. ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares Tips for Difficult Conversations with Attending Families

Tips for Difficult Conversations with Attending Families

As a child or youth-focused organization leader, you know the importance of effective communication with families. It’s easy when things are running smoothly, and there’s no immediate need for difficult discourse. But, what happens if there’s an incident or behavioral issue with a child or ...
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