‘Necessity is the mother of invention’ comes to mind at times like this and many businesses make lots of changes because they have to! A key differentiator of those who will thrive, not just survive the ‘Corona Crisis’ will be the ability to build on the changes they’ve made and keep moving forward. It’s about building on them, developing them and embedding them into your business, once this is all over!
The “Business Planning – dealing with the now, the future and beyond” programme is made up of 2 x 3 hours sessions. It’s really important in this moment to have clarity on where you are, where you need to be and what you need to do to get there. You don’t want to leave it to chance and the risk is, if you don’t think about it and have a plan, your competition will certainly will do. This programme will help you to complete a business audit; revise and develop an updated business plan; develop skills to manage your time effectively. The session include virtual discussions, polls and breakout rooms; psychometric and behavioural tests; online handouts, personal action plans to record what you are going to do different; online quiz to test how much you have learned; and further reading material who want to learn some more.
£300 per participant (Minimum 5 participants).
The more control and visibility you have into your sales pipeline, the more revenue you’ll bring in. In fact, Hub-Spot Research found a positive relationship between the number of opportunities in your pipeline per month and revenue achievement. The more opportunities in your pipeline, the more likely you are to reach of exceed your revenue goals. Growing a healthy pipeline is possible through careful assessment, activity and management.
People react in so many different ways in volatile times and your role as the leader in helping people through this is absolutely critical, both for the immediate term, and the long term. For many people working alone and in isolation exasperates the situation and winning leaders adapt their style to proactively support them, physically and emotionally. It’s about giving people clear direction to ensure that they ‘deliver’, it’s about ‘being there’ for them, and supporting them, and it’s about ensuring they feel they ‘belong’.
Covid – 19 – Virtual Development Live Online – Leading Remote Teams