Four Ways to Stay Alert

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  1. Jim Doherty says:

    Love your posts and honesty when pointing out not only, as you see it, you own fault, but many of the same for all of us reading :-). Thanks for publishing, as we certainly find the truth at our church and re-use for our own volunteers.

  1. February 16, 2016

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  2. June 8, 2016

    […] continue to think from the perspective of your guests and fight for their comfort. Related posts: Four Ways to Stay Alert. Why Outside Greeters Are More Important Than Inside […]

  3. June 27, 2016

    […] Maintaining outward posture. You’ve seen volunteers and staff alike cluster up and catch up on the sidewalks and in the lobby. That’s great for their relationships, not so great for the relationships they need to be fostering. Helping them feel the effect means that they see what their guests see when they approach: cliques that don’t have room for new people, huddled friends who aren’t interested in helping them find their way around, and missed opportunities for newcomers to connect to your church. Related post: Four Ways to Stay Alert. […]

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