KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Is Sharing Strategies to Prevent Burnout

Strategies to Prevent Burnout

Doing more with less, heavy workloads, lack of volunteers, budget cuts, over-the-top performance expectations, absence of support, and exhaustion are all day-in-the-life concerns every leader must face. Who wouldn’t feel overwhelmed or stretched too thin with such a list? When pressures build and stress pushes ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares Guest Post from Dale Hudson on 3 Strategies for Impacting Kids

Guest Post: 3 Strategies for Impacting Kids

This week we are featuring a guest post from ministry thought-leader Dale Hudson. Dale has over 30 years of ministry experience, is the author of several books, and has been featured in Time Magazine and Christianity Today. In addition, as a sought-after speaker and executive ...
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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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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Is Sharing What To Do After Child Abuse After Prevention Month

Ways To Help After Abuse Prevention Month

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month and the one month of the year that organizations dedicated to kids and youth highlight the importance of families and communities working together to prevent child neglect and abuse. Beyond that, prevention needs to remain an ongoing priority ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares Do You Have An Exit Strategy for Families, A guest post from Dale Hudson

Do You Have An Exit Strategy For Families? A Guest Post from Dale Hudson

It’s the time of year when new and visiting families begin to attend your church. The first and last impressions will determine how likely new families are to return. However, it’s the last impression that is final and very powerful. Making sure that visiting families have ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares Flu Season: Fighting the Good Fight

Fight the Good Fight

Flu season, it’s the time of year when germ management takes precedence over other activities. Keeping a healthy environment in your children’s area has many benefits such as a reduction in time off for staff and volunteers, it acts as a protection for the family ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares an Annual Child Safety Survey

Annual Child Safety Survey

At KidCheck, we take child protection and safety very seriously. That’s why we suggest an annual child safety evaluation or survey at the end of each year. It’s an excellent opportunity to learn where you’re doing well and how you can improve. All that’s needed is ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In is sharing several ways to communicate your child safety plan to new families

Communicating Your Child Safety Plan to Families

This week KidCheck had the honor of joining the team from INCM for Web Week – The Best Week Online for Kidmin! This event is next-level professional training that draws multitudes of people involved with children’s ministry who are interested in gaining more knowledge, connecting ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares The Top Five Benefits of Effective Communication with Parents

The Top Five Benefits of Effective Communication with Families

Serving and protecting children in your organization is no small task. Many details must come together to create a successful program. However, one element stands high above the rest, your ability to communicate with parents. Research indicates that those who communicate well perform better personally and ...
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