How to Lead through Crisis Business Continuity in the Pandemic Time Workshop
This workshop outlines the immediate actions that businesses and employees should take to protect their people and sustain their business during the pandemic time.
The Coronavirus outbreak is first and foremost a human tragedy, affecting billions of people around the world. This Pandemic is having a growing impact on the global economy and business worldwide. No industry is immune. All are grappling with immediate consequences.
Retail and consumer goods organizations deal with stock shortages due to production delays, disrupted manufacturing, and broken supply chains. Industry and technology conferences, along with large group gatherings, are being postponed or canceled entirely.
Experts do not know how long it will take to contain the virus. Business leaders must prepare for short-term acts for the sake of business continuity while also developing new capabilities and ways of working that will seamlessly enable longer-term changes to how they operate.
So the time to act is now. This workshop outlines the immediate actions that businesses and employees should take to protect their people and sustain their business.
* One continuing education unit equals 10 contact hours.
1. Understand the dimensions of the crisis they are facing.
2. Formulate plans relevant to their organizations.
3. Manage the set plans and assess their validity.