Staying relevant through the crisis, so you’re not forgotten – NLCCE Zoom Video ‘Ask the Expert’ Online Session
With the coronavirus epidemic having a dramatic and damaging impact on business, NLCCE is commited to support its members by providing a series of relevant online sessions to help you make connections, generate opportunities and share knowledge to survive the severe economic downturn.
Staying relevant through the crisis, so you’re not forgotten.
- Adopting the right mindset and helping your teams/partners to do the same
- Principles of fair exchange – now’s the time to use it
- Using the weeks and months ahead to showcase more of who you are – this will be your point of differentiation, not the bells and whistles of what you do
- Why consistency is important
12.00-12.05 Welcome, Introductions and Session Format –Despina Johnson, CEO, NLCCE
12.05-12.20 The Expert – Shereen Daniels, Managing Director, HR rewired
NB: This event if for NLCCE Business+, Start-Up and Charity Members only – if you have not received the meeting link please email email@example.com
There is no pre-booking, just ‘turn up online’ on the day at least five minutes before the start time
There are only 100 places available on a first come first serve basis on the day.
If you have not downloaded Zoom you can do so here https://zoom.us/download
If you would like to be one of our ‘Experts’ for future Zoom sessions and are a NLCCE Business+, Start Up or Charity member, please email Despina Johnson on firstname.lastname@example.org with details of your area of expertise and subject you’d like to present.
To join NLCCE and become part of a dynamic, connected and successful business community, complete the appropriate online application form
NB: NLCCE takes no responsibility for any actions taken by participants in this session and events arising from those actions based on the information provided by The Expert (as above) and has not contributed to the content delivered by The Expert in the session.
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