Not many people or training organizations have addressed the issue of moral entrapement in the medical pregnancy resource center. Yet it seems to happen on a regular basis in the prc movement both in the counseling room and with medical services. If you don’t know what it is the chances are high that this dangerous
Tag Archives: organizational management
Listen to Jim Harden give a straight shooting talk to medical pregnancy resource center executives regarding two common areas of internal vulnerability; misinformation and misrepresentation. Executives can learn what the terms mean whether or not your organization is vulnerable in these areas.
Listen to Jim Harden coach medical PRC executives regarding understanding overall organizational maturity, leadership and calling. This is the fourth podcast in a series being released the second week of August. Some of what Jim says could be considered controversial so feel free to post your comments.
Listen as Jim Harden discusses the strengths of the pregnancy resource center movement in America.
Recently Michelle Sullivan and Barb Malek in Omaha, NE sent CompassCare an encouraging summary of the results they have been seeing regarding reaching more women at-risk for abortion after implementing a linear patient service platform. It reads as follows: 2007 vs. 2008 statistics For the 2nd quarter (April, May, June) of 2008 we saw 224
The following is from Becky Wood who is the Executive Director at ABC Women’s Clinic in Georgia: First and foremost in my life is my relationship with Jesus Christ, because without His mercy and grace, I would not be here today. My premise: As children of a holy God, we are called to excellence in every area of
Michelle Sullivan, CEO of a medical PRC in Omaha, NE talks about how introducing a linear service model for patients has helped to make them much more effective and focused at reaching 3X more pregnant women seriously considering abortion.
Executive Becky Wood of ABC Women’s Clinic in Dublin, GA talks about how CompassCare’s linear servcie process call the Optimization Tool has helped their organization to serve more women seriously considering abortion more effectively.