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A word from Bryan Miles about MAG…
Work Efficiency is NOT a Result of Proximity
As we connect with churches and organizations around the US and share with them our MAG Church Outsourcing services, the number one question is about church outsourcing or a virtual workforce for churches:
How can you do this job remotely?
The best way to see for yourself is to try it. But, if you are on-the-fence with believing in a growing wave of workforce possibilities for churches & organizations, here are some things for you to consider:
- Do you work from home … at least some of the time?
- Do you get caught up in office talk … whether you like it or not?
- Do you consistently eMail or text with people 2 or 3 time zones away from you?
- Do you leverage eMail and digital voicemail?
- Do you use software to manage your tasks, calendar, and eMail?
- Do you take work home with you … to be closer to home and the kids?
- Do you ever take work with you on vacation?
- Do you collaborate with your team(s) via web chat or conference calls?
You are far more “virtual” than you realize!
The way we do our work is changing. (Just think about Web-based seminars, training, and meetings.) The workforce is becoming more agile, versatile, and remote, and this trend affects the way churches to business, too. Geography is become less and less important.
Church outsourcing isn’t just for payroll and accounting anymore!
We have very happy clients. Let us connect you with some of them to see for yourself that virtual doesn’t mean impossible.