Being prepared for the unexpected is often regarded as an unnecessary piece of work, and yet it can save in certain circumstances even your entire organisation - we see many examples today.
How sharp and up-to-date is your Business Continuity Plan and how is it holding up in face of the Pandemic? What else could disrupt it?
Some organisations have yet to quantify the value of their reputation, and from that the potential downside of not being prepared for something that might negate that reputation. It can take many years to build a reputation and a moment to bring that to nought.
- We help you align communication and operational plans in advance of a period of major and typically unexpected change. In this way you can have a good chance of knowing and mitigating your risks to produce the best possible outcome for the business and people who make up the business.
- Working from home – over and above the business and executive coaching services we provide, we can also provide support for the relational and mental health issues which working from home are accentuating for some people.
We've partnered with InChorus to help you measure and resolve incidents of bias so that you can grow an inclusive organisation.download the pdf