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Are you a church or not-for-profit leader who is STRUGGLING WITH:
– ONLINE ENGAGEMENT & COMMUNICATION?
– REMOTE TEAM WORK & COLLABORATION?
– DIGITAL systems and processes?
– BEING TOO BUSY AND WASTING TIME WITH TECHNOLOGY?
… I can help you.
Free Guide To Save Hundreds of Important Hours
FREE GUIDE TO SAVE HUNDREDS OF IMPORTANT HOURS
FOCUS YOUR DIGITAL TEAM
Achieve your goals
Deliver your business objectives with greater efficiency, less effort and less pain
Support your team
Free up yourself and your team to work on what really matters and exceed your expectations
Integrate your systems
Develop & implement a holistic digital strategy to integrate your digital systems and logical and reliable workflows
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Who are the people on your team and supporting your team to victory? What ingredients make the victory possible?
There are ten elements that you need to consider for a great website. We have been developing websites for almost 20 years, and we have seen the good and the bad and the ugly. When there are frustrations with your website, it is usually due to one or more of these elements not working well. There might be some elements that are working well with your website and others that aren’t.
Great communication is the bridge between great teams and great outcomes. A solid internal communication system will get your church team on the same page to collaborate more effectively.
There are three important areas that you need to focus on for the system to run well; whether you’re implementing a system from scratch for the first time or if you have a system already running and you want to improve the way that you use it.
Churches and organisations are living and breathing. They do not remain static. In the same way, systems should not be static either. Fr. John Sanderson shares his insights on the value of investing in strong church systems.
When I approach any topic around online interaction or online engagement, I have come up with a framework for the different audiences that we need to reach and to empower. I call this framework the Digital Realms Of Influence.
Head of Parish Mission Resourcing
Anglican Diocese of Melbourne
“Evan’s help arrived just in time for the Anglican Diocese of Melbourne. As our 200 parishes faced the challenge of adapting to virtual church in the COVID19 lockdown, Evan designed and delivered a series of webinars that gave our clergy skills and confidence to switch to digital with minimum anxiety.
His patience and expertise in personal consultations helped even the most technically-challenged to find their way forward.”
Evan is a digital coach, consultant and developer based in Melbourne, Australia. He is passionate about helping small businesses and not-for-profits teams to harness technology well and achieve great outcomes.
Since 2001, Evan has worked in corporate, educational and not-for-profit sectors as a digital developer, team leader and communications manager. Although websites and online marketing are important, Evan believes organisations need a more holistic digital strategy to better utilise and integrate systems to more effectively support their teams and achieve their goals. Now he is helping organisations focus on integrating all their digital systems to align with their goals and needs.
Evan has a keen mind for streamlining processes and systems to make life better and save time on trivial and time-consuming tasks. He has developed creative solutions that have saved hundreds of hours of work for organisations, employees and volunteers.