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 Components

Creating an Anti-Bullying Program: The Components

This is the first post in the series on Creating an Anti-Bullying Program. The series focuses on the components, the framework, and the implementation of a new anti-bullying program. Bullying comes in various forms: physical, cultural, verbal, emotional, sexual, and cyberbullying. Stopbullying.gov shares that nationwide, 20% of ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Is Sharing Building a First Aid Kit

Building a First Aid Kit

When you think about Emergency Preparedness, a big event or a natural disaster often comes to mind. However, the truth is most organizations will likely experience smaller-scale incidents in their day-to-day activities. In the quest to achieve a high standard of emergency preparedness, don’t overlook ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares New Roster and Account Merge Tools

New and Exciting from KidCheck

We understand you need to get more done with less time, resources, and support. That’s why KidCheck has some new and exciting ways to help you improve efficiency, eliminate redundancy, and streamline the children’s check-in process. We’re always searching for ways to improve your experience, offer ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares Safety Tips for Back-to-School Season

Safety Tips for Back-to-School Season

Summer has faded and kids have returned. Fall is a great time for reminders on how you can improve child safety. At KidCheck, we believe every child deserves to be in a safe environment and every parent, and organization caring for them, deserves peace of ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares A Guest Post from Tim Challies 6 Reasons Why Sexual Predators Target Churches

Why Sexual Predators Pursue Churches – A Guest Post by Tim Challies

Children and youth are vulnerable. That’s why it’s important to put time and effort into increasing child safety and protection. Over the years, we have shared numerous posts, blog series, webinars, workshops, book reviews, and weekly tips on predator-proofing your organization. The guest post below from ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Is Sharing Eight “Be” Statements for Successful Leadership

Eight “Be” Statements for Successful Leadership

Leading well requires leaders to sharpen new skills and abilities. Over the past year, many have dealt with situations for which they had no previous experience. As organizations continue to reopen, leaders must become more comfortable with increased strategic thinking, consistent execution, faster decision making, ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Is Sharing Should Pastors Be Mandatory Reporters?

Should Pastors Be Mandatory Reporters?

This week we are sharing a guest post from ChurchLeaders.com written by Stephanie Martin. Stephanie is a journalist, editor, and Christian publishing professional, business owner, wife, and mom.  Stephanie is an active member of a church in Lakewood, Colorado where she resides with her family. In ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares Six Tips To Secure Your Vacation Bible School

Six Tips To Secure Your Vacation Bible School Video

It’s the time of year when children’s ministry teams begin ramping up for planning, coordinating, and overseeing their largest outreach event of the year – Vacation Bible School (VBS).  Whether you’re setting goals, preparing budgets, or creating a promotional plan, one fact remains the same…child safety ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Is Sharing Developing a "Speak Up" Culture

Developing a “Speak Up” Culture

A “Speak Up” culture improves child safety and provides an excellent opportunity to create a safe and welcoming environment. It encourages staff and volunteers to raise concerns about illegal practices or policy violations without fear of getting in trouble or experiencing retaliation. A “Speak Up” culture ...
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