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Ask the Expert: Survive and Thrive in a Crisis: Keys to Resiliency in the COVID-19 Pandemic

Published: 28 Aug 2020 Average Rating: unrated Print
 

Author: Allen Campbell

Life is full of challenges. Some of them are called 'crises'. They come in all shapes and sizes. The COVID-19 pandemic has created crises in the lives of individuals and institutions of all sizes around the world, and for many of us, the problems are not going away soon. Even if your company is doing well, it is worth remembering that many of your customers, suppliers, employees and others in your business eco-system are suffering.

The goal of this webinar is to assist businesses, business owners and business leaders to build up their resiliency, to make good choices and take appropriate actions to maximize the chances of good outcomes - and reduce the odds of bad ones.

 

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