Keeping Customers and Employees Safe During Unsettling Times (OPERATIONS)
A lot of companies haven’t planned for a crisis on this scale, but many are finding out they need to. This session will show you how to draft a disaster preparedness policy outlining how people should work from home, how to handle travel, what to do about meetings and more. Include things like what an alternative business model would look like and what that means to both staff and clients. It’s important to define some “worst-case” scenarios in your plan so that is can act as an easy reference guide on what to do, how to communicate and how to keep business running. It’s not too late to put all the elements of a crisis-management or disaster-preparedness plan in place for your business.
Speaker(s): tenbiz, Inc. offers business services that improve efficiency, increase profitability and create value over the long term. tenBiz, Inc. develops strategy and manages projects for businesses and organizations through interactive client engagement, consultative relationships and education. Tonya Snider is the founder and CEO of tenBiz, Inc. She oversees the marketing and strategic development aspects of the firm, while also working directly with clients. She specializes in business strategy, training and project management and helps companies grow, streamline and drastically improve their bottom line. Before becoming a full-time entrepreneur, Tonya trained and consulted hundreds of businesses, was a commercial lender and developed entrepreneurship curricula and training for the public and private sectors. She has worked directly in both the non-profit and for-profit sectors and has a passion for helping people reach their goals.
Co-Sponsor(s): WBC Chamber of Commerce
Registered attendees will receive a Webex link to the session, by the email address provided by the attendee, 12-24 hours before each session.
Fee: No Cost