Great ministries have great onboarding processes. If you want people engaged from the start, clear and simple next steps are absolutely necessary.
In this video, I show you how to create an onboarding process that engages new people at the peak of their interest. It’s that moment, right after they’ve filled out an interest card or asked “how can I help” at the welcome desk on a Sunday morning, that they are ready and ripe to put through this type of onboarding process.
Watch this video:
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