KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Introduces Roster Check-In Roster Check-In

KidCheck Introduces Roster Check-In

At KidCheck, we’re always looking to improve, offer the latest technology, and deliver on customer needs. KidCheck is built on listening to and implementing customer feedback and feature requests. That’s why we’re excited to introduce Roster Check-In! You asked for it and we’re excited to ...
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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 Shares Leadership Development Resources Video

KidCheck Leadership Development Resource Video

Today more than ever, leaders need to have increased strategic thinking, consistent execution, faster decision-making skills, and create a culture engaging to families, staff and volunteers. Here’s a summary of some recent leadership articles to help you sharpen your leadership skills and abilities. Building a People-First ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares The Power of Feedback

The Power of Feedback

Feedback is an excellent way to build a strong and resilient team, bring people together, and create a healthy flow of communication. It provides a sense of engagement and interactivity, allowing staff and volunteers to take ownership of their contributions. Good feedback is vital for ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-in Shares Building a People-First Culture

Building a People-First Culture

Workers want outstanding leadership. Research states, happier staff and volunteers work harder to achieve overall goals. A people-first culture is not only a terrific approach to leadership but also easily adopted into most organizations. It is an excellent way to build trust, increase worker satisfaction, ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares Eight Tips for Networking Today

Eight Networking Tips for Today

This last year has significantly impacted child and youth-focused organizations and changed how people behave and interact. On hold are the days when you could intermingle with peers at networking events, industry conferences, tradeshows, or coffee and lunch dates. In today’s world, meeting in person ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Is Sharing Six Ways to Motivate Your Team in Challenging Times

Six Ways to Motivate Your Team in Challenging Times

Every person is motivated by different things. For some, it is money, others it’s flexibility or a promotion. Motivation is the process of inspiring people to accomplish individual or team goals, and there is a direct correlation between it and success. While all this sounds ...
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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 Shares Ten Tips for Social Media Guidelines

Ten Tips for Social Media Guidelines

Social media guidelines are often used interchangeably with a social media policy. Both refer to a set of “practices or rules” which will determine how an organization intends to use, or not to use, social media. For example, they provide direction regarding language, protocol, and ...
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