I offer professional coaching services to individuals and leadership teams. My areas of expertise include strategic planning, church growth, customer service, leadership, organizational management and productivity.
I offer Mystery Guest Services to local churches. I show up at church, unannounced and incognito, evaluating the experience. I will also submit a detailed written assessment and one 90 minute coaching session.
This workshop offers training for ushers, greeters and hosts on how to provide a welcoming and warm environment as attendees arrive for church each week.
I build professional websites for churches, ministries and small businesses. Each website is custom built to meet client’s unique needs. Once complete, clients have full control of the website and have access to me for ongoing support.
I offer virtual coaching to individuals and teams on how to most effectively utilize Asana to get things done. Whether it’s a small team, a department or an entire organization, Asana has the potential to maximize productivity.
Articles For Ministry Leaders
I ran across this infographic not too long ago and thought it did a great job of summarizing some keys […]Read More ›
Back in the 90’s I was hired by a company to be a mystery shopper. The idea was that I would […]Read More ›
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I love to tell the story about a large church in New York City that invites anyone who wants to […]Read More ›
I visited a popular Mexican Restaurant with my 14 year old son a while back. He was convinced I would […]Read More ›
A while back my wife and I were invited to dinner with another couple in our church. From the […]Read More ›
Following are some of my favorite Christmas Music Video’s. These videos would be great to show PRESERVICE or POSTSERVICE sometime […]Read More ›
Over the years I’ve occasionally come across a person who prefers to rely on memory for upcoming events and appointments. I […]Read More ›
I visited a church a while back that had a BIG blind spot. At least, it seemed like a […]Read More ›