This ShelbyPODCAST installment highlights one of Shelby's international clients in Africa. Yinka Akinlade, the Vicar of Anglican Church on the Peninsula in Lagos, Nigeria, recently visited the Shelby offices for one-on-one training. While here, he shared facts about his homeland and his church's decision to choose Shelby as their ministry management solution. We are pleased to add Yinka's church to the expanding list of global Shelby clients.
This ShelbyPODCAST installment focuses on an interview with Shelby's new Director of Customer Development, Ron Chandler. Ron recently joined the Shelby team after 30 years of experience in ministry-related business administration, most recently at Germantown Baptist Church. Mr. Chandler leads Shelby's customer support, training, education, and events departments. In today's podcast, Ron talks about his approach to leadership, goals for the customer development division, and the creation of churchadminpro.com.
Most of you are, or soon will be, promoting children and youth to the next grade in your Sunday school classes. This ShelbyPODCAST focuses on Sunday school and group promotions processing. Shelby's Support Manager, Chris Benson, shares some tips and tricks to help make Sunday school and group promotions simple and accurate. He also covers how to do a promotion. The process includes promoting by individual or group, verification through reporting, and the final posting.
Groundbreaking News! On Friday, July 27, 2007 Shelby employees gathered to celebrate the official groundbreaking of Shelby Systems’ new world headquarters. Frank Canady addressed the group, unveiling an artist’s rendering of the new facility. The new 28,000-square-foot building will be located in Cordova, TN. The new property will nearly double the 14,500-square-foot space currently being leased by the company. Completion is scheduled for summer 2008.
We interviewed a number of ISC attendees and edited hours worth of material to include the best of the best. We hope that you will be uplifted by what they have to say.