CompassCare is excited to announce another new and free resource for medical pregnancy center executives. Announcing the “Linear Service Model: Practical Insights” blog dedicated to communicating the actual results, experiences, and lessons learned from pregnancy centers that are currently using a linear service model (LSM) to reach and serve women seriously considering abortion more effectively.
As executives we face a myriad of daily challenges. Everything from dealing with individual client issues, staffing challenges, donor communications, media inquiries, to running board and committee meetings, etc clamor for our time. If we are not careful we will miss doing what only you and I as executives can do for the organization; maintaining
An issue came up in a Pregnancy Center Leadership discussion group recently that we as executives think about all the time: “How can we reach more pregnant women truly at risk for abortion?” and its sister question, “How can we serve those women in a way that more consistently helps them have their babies?” The
Walking into the office on his first day George was met with two very valuable surprises. The first was a phone message from a local doctor saying she wanted to somehow be involved in the organization not knowing in what capacity a non-medical facility could use a medical doctor. The second was a business card
Two months in to his new role as Executive Director at Crisis Pregnancy Services George Knight sat starring down at the city street from his second floor Executive office. It was a nice office but the walk up the cavernous lonely stairwell from the busy city sidewalk felt a lot like being transported into a
Virtuous Leadership and a Linear Service Model (LSM) Part 1: As goes the Executive so goes the organization. In the process of both running a medical PRC and helping others to develop and operate their medical PRCs it occurred to me that there are certain questions all of us PRC Executives need to have answered.
Thank you to all the Executives that attended the April conference! After some time to process the executives that attended CompassCare’s high impact conference in Rochester, NY came away with some valuable tools for continuous improvement when using a linear service model. How to know if doing something new is the right thing for the
What do therapy dogs have to do with pregnancy care centers? Therapy dogs have proven to raise morale of long term hospital patients which in turn improves the patient’s overall health. But are their times when there are NO DOGs ALLOWED? If you don’t know your ethical standards anything goes and it will become increasingly
You and I know that the abortion industry has not identified nor do they use proper ethical standards of care when serving women facing unplanned pregnancy. Not necessarily news to you is it? Because of that the likelihood of a woman being victimized by the political and financial interests of those providers is drastically increased.
Recently I responded to a question about developing a new mission statement by an executive director in upstate New York on www.PCCTalk.org. Below is my response to that question with some modifications. A mission statement is 1 of 5 primary elements in a strategic plan. Drafting a good mission statement is a two step process;