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Webinars

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The Evolution of Work in Disruptive Times

It's truly fascinating given the ways in which COVID-19 has already accelerated and "upstaged" the present age of disruption.  Almost overnight, a huge segment of our economy needed to abruptly shift to virtual work.  It's truly fascinating given the ways in which COVID-19 has already accelerated and "upstaged" the present age of disruption.  Almost overnight, a huge segment of our economy needed to abruptly shift to virtual work.  he situation has progressed into waves of lay-offs, furloughs, amended business operations, losses of revenue, and an overall "battening of the hatches" to ride out the storm. Yet, at a certain point, no matter how much we say there are certain segments or our organizations and work we will simply "stop doing", the reality is as we adapt to what will likely be a long road to the newest version of "normalcy" work will need to be completed and we will need to become more resourceful, innovative, and creative in how we will get out work done through flexible, agile, and cost-effective means.

Previous Webinars
Doing Truth Online: Reshaping the Tenor of Catholic Conversation on Social Media 

We talk about best practices derived from the fields of negotiation and conflict science that can help us to influence the Catholic presence online in more healthy directions.


Building Community with Instagram

How do we effectively create community with Instagram--an image-focused platform rather than a text-based one?


Getting Your Staff Invested in the Financial Efficiency of Your Organization

What are the best practices for keeping employees “in the loop” and engaged in protecting your organization’s financial position.


Mobilizing Cell Phones in Evangelization

Learn how to use the ubiquitous cell phone as an effective tool for evangelization in the family, parish, school, and diocese.


Engaging Young People in the Church: Where Are the Key Points? (Part 2)

This topic will be addressed in two parts so that we can sufficiently cover both the underlying research and the pastoral implications of the most recent study of young people in the Church and where and how we can reach out to them. Leisa Anslinger will facilitate part two as we look at the implications of this research and try to address concretely what we can do.


Engaging Young People in the Church: Where Are the Key Points? (Part 1)

This topic will be addressed in two parts so that we can sufficiently cover both the underlying research and the pastoral implications of the most recent study of young people in the Church and where and how we can reach out to them. Part one starts with the data from the unprecedented report Going, Going, Gone: The Dynamics of Disaffiliation in Young Catholics, led by Bob McCarty, one of the principle authors. He will present an overview of the many and varied reasons for disaffiliation from the Church by those we commonly refer to as “nones.”


Using Facebook and Twitter Effectively: How to Monetize and Measure Its Effectiveness

The feeds of Facebook’s 234 million U.S. subscribers are constantly being viewed for updates and news. At the same time, Twitter’s 68 million U.S. followers practice the art of communicating in 280 characters. Most Catholic publishers have a presence in both of these media, but what are the benefits of all this activity? How do you measure what a “like” or a retweet means to your business? How do these media impact your sales? Or do they? In this session, we will examine how to use both media effectively, how to best measure the results, and how and where monetization makes sense.


Other webinars

Building Community with Instagram

Growing the Pie: An Exploration of the Revenue Models Available to Catholic Publishers

Best Practices for Managing a Publisher's Social Media Content and Presence

How Changing Demographics Could Transform Catholic Publishing

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