How prepared is your business for when crisis hits?
We’ve all witnessed the profound impact that the Covid-19 pandemic has had on organisations around the world. Even if you’ve managed to weather the storm relatively unscathed, it’s likely you’ve experienced some level of disruption to your business – whether it’s to your day-to-day ways of working, or your wider corporate strategy.
And with the threat of a second autumn wave on the horizon and increased local lockdowns being implemented around the world, it certainly doesn’t seem like we’re out of the woods just yet.
Which means you and your business can’t afford to leave things to chance.
This highly practical webinar will help you protect your business from future threats by giving you the skills and insights you need to develop a watertight business contingency plan, so you can make the difference between failure and survival.
You should join this webinar if:
You’re a business owner, leader or manager who wants to future-proof your business against potential threats and ensure long-term growth
What you’ll take away
- How to pinpoint potential threats and the impact they may have on your business
- How to identify and select effective prevention and recovery measures
- How to build up long-term resilience in your business
- How to respond and adapt to changing situations
Who you’ll be learning from
Steve is a professionally qualified Chartered Engineer with a Masters Degree in Business as well as numerous management and teaching & coaching qualifications.
With over 40 years’ experience across a wide range of industries and sectors, Steve has been successfully running his own training and consultancy business for over 17 years. He has advised on and contributed to multiple national and regional business-support programmes and frameworks, including Manufacturing Advisory Service (MAS), Growth Accelerator (GA), Leadership and Management scheme (L&M).
**Once you have booked your place you will receive via email a link to the webinar **
**The webinar will be delivered via the ‘GoToWebinar’ video conferencing software**