Calling management can be a distracting task for a presidency that is striving to connected individually with members of their ward. It’s an administrative task that must be done while also giving special thought to whom should fill which calling. I’ve written about how I manage callings using a project management tool called Asana, but it is important for leaders to see all tools available for managing callings so they can find the right fit for their presidency. The more proactive a leader is in finding effective tools the more happy the auxiliary leaders will be as they await new individuals to be called to help them succeed in their respective auxiliary.
One fantastic free tool that is available for all LDS leaders to use is called LDSCallings.com. This tool was created by Sister Cassie Woolley after her stake clerk asked her to help the stake organize the callings process in their Australian stake. In this interview I get the chance to ask Sister Woolley how her application works so that other leaders can begin to use it.
Sister Woolley is a member of her Stake Relief Society presidency in Brisbane, Australia. She has a degree in computer science and has been magnifying that degree, not only in her professional life, but also in her spiritual life. She has also created LDSConventions.com, a tool to help organize registration for Church activities, and ScriptureCharts.com, which helps members of the Church track reading progress in scriptures and manuals.