Digital systems serve many purposes; to fulfil a need, to provide value for users, to make work and life easier for users, to provide outcomes or a service, to save time, etc. When they serve you well, you keep them. When they do not serve you, you either put up with the frustrations of an inferior system or you shop around.
A high quality Zoom meeting comes down to planning and preparation from the meeting host. It will make the difference between a sweet and memorable session and another draining online call. Here are the pro tips for hosts and co-hosts to make your video meetings work really well or become another statistic in the #zoomfail squad.
Fr. John joined the Beginner’s Guide to Live Streaming workshop and he has kindly shared his experience of his digital church technology evolution through lockdown.
Every business and organisation with a clear vision wants to grow and build to achieve their mission. To grow, change and transformation is required which is not easy. And you cannot do this alone.
Evan from Digital Team Coach joined Clayton and spoke about Digital Church in light of the COVID-19 lockdowns. He spoke about ‘Learning for thriving Churches & how to pivot into a new world’.
Every business and organisation with a clear vision wants to grow and build to achieve their mission. To grow, change and transformation is required which is not easy.
Do you feel like your time is being taken up with unnecessary administration and manual entry?
Do you want your systems to support you as you grow your business?
Newest system does not guarantee you have the best system. Sometimes having a tried and true system is the best system. On the flip side, what is the cost of not changing the system?
Have you ever looked uphill at a task that needed to happen but you could not stand the thought of doing it? Reduce manual efforts with cloud automation.
For most of us, life is busy and constant most of the time. I like to be organised, and with 3 young kids I need to be organised. I’m pretty good at it sometimes but things still slip through; or I get waylaid by other things I think I should be doing (that I don’t actually need to do). Pretty soon, goals fade and I live from day to day in survival mode.
Don’t get caught in rat wheel and thinking you got no time to have a strategy. Break the cycle out of it by adapting automation and how it can improve your business.
Before you start any task, stop! Ask yourself these 3 questions…