Monday, May 25
Communication teams and leaders are often stuck in an identity crisis. Are we ministry leaders? Or are we service providers? Do we lead something? Or do we just do what others are asking us to do?
To reach our culture today, we need communication leaders thinking like Ministry leaders and digital missionaries. So what's it going to take for communication leaders to take hold of this defining moment in the life of the Church?
Tuesday, May 26
There's no turning back. This global pandemic will have a lasting impact on how churches (and communication leaders) do ministry. So... what's changed? What do churches and church leaders need to know and how can they position themselves to not only survive but thrive in this new season of ministry?
Wednesday, May 27
A behind-the-scenes look at the tools, approaches, and workflows one church is using to utilize social media to the fullest extent. This session will uncover new ideas for how communication leaders can help their pastors and ministry leaders leverage social media to engage the church.
Thursday, May 28
The aim of this Roundtable is to help share what various social media managers are seeing from their seats and discuss what a successful social media strategy needs to take into account today going forward. What should churches consider why and how to use social in our new normal?
Friday, May 29
New to online small groups? Looking to take your online small groups to the next level? This session is full of tools, best practices, and resources to help your church connect and engage with each other in new ways.
Saturday, May 30
The downside of the overdrive COVID19 has brought most communication teams into is that comms leaders are experiencing insane amounts of pressure, fear, exhaustion, isolation, and uncertainty about the future. They see the data! The ups and downs are an emotional roller-coaster. This ongoing stress impacts mental health and the ability to sustain ourselves in our work. What are tangible steps to manage your stress and anxiety is just as important as taking care of your physical health?
Sunday, May 31
Church Online has become legitimized everywhere with COVID19. As states re-open, church leaders will have to figure out "what to do with it" going forward. Church Online can't go back to a subordinated, neglected ministry like it used to be. But what is the future? Where does it fit in? What are the new models to consider? How can churches utilize digital to disciple the community?
INCLUDED: IMPROVleadership™ Online Training Course
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✅ Digital tools to help you grow as a leader
✅ Exclusive access to Slingshot coaches via Slack
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PLUS you get on-demand access to every single Roundtable discussion video to review with your teams for an entire year.
The Changing Role Of The Communications Leader
How COVID-19 Changed Everything For The Church (And Church Communications)
Case Study: Social Media With Phil Bowdle
Leveraging Social Media
Case Study: Online Small Groups With Jay Kranda
Surviving In Ministry As A Communications Leader
Leveraging Online Church