These events caught everyone off guard, no one could have reasonably expected what happened to have happened. It will again. So when an event like this happens again, how will you be prepared and recover? Maybe it isn’t something as major as one of these, but what is your plan? Learn from the experiences of how I not only survived 911, 2008, coronavirus, and thrived. What my plans for the future events which are sure to come?
In football, they have a philosophy called “Next Man Up”. The coaches know, it’s not if you get hurt, it is when. In business, we don’t tend to have this mindset; what we are going to do if and when? Do you have a plan if your office manager suddenly is gone, your production manager, or your top salesperson? What is your “Next Man Up” plan even it if isn’t a person, but a thing, like 911, CV or the coming recession (at some point there is another one coming)?
Define what should I be considered an extraordinary event to prepare for
How do I not over-react, but be prepared
How do I optimize my opportunities in my industry
How do I plan to come out on the other side of the event and be stronger
60 minutes interactive lecture
(90-120 minutes is recommended)
Larry Heuvelman’s origianl content
Business Owners and Senior Leadership Team (SLT)
PowerPoint/Keynote, will use templated slides
In this presentation, we will examine a litany of things that can unexpectedly go wrong in our business that has nothing to do with our clients. We will look at when to start looking at making decisions, how to analyze our decision-making process, and how not to get left in the cold until it is too late, and we are already out of business. Some of the topics will be a recession, 911, CV, the next potential event or in -house emergency and the preparation.
Typical Room Setup:
Projector(s) and Screen(s)
Apple DVI Port Adaptor
Elevated stage dependent on number of attendees
Unique Setup Request: