The past seven months has presented more challenges than any business leader could have predicted. Both employees and employers need to adapt to the ever-changing environment.
To support business owners with their action planning for 2021, we are bringing you four online events led by industry experts to share their words of wisdom on topics facing businesses today.
With topics including finance, culture and wellbeing, HR, director duties and looking to the future, there is something to meet the needs of all business leaders. Attendees will be encouraged to ask questions to our panel of experts, meaning any concerns or queries specifically for their own business can be answered.
Each session is free to attend and will last approximately one hour, subject to Q&A. The full list of topic discussions is outlined below.
To register your place, click here.
Our fantastic lineup of speakers and the topics that will be covered:
Simon Murphy, CultureBlox - 4th November, 12pm - 1pm
- Managing employee wellbeing
- Helping employees to deal with change
- Monitoring employee wellbeing with a remote workforce
Charles Brook, Poppleton & Appleby Northern - 11th November, 12pm - 1pm
- Director duties e.g. importance of documenting internal meetings
- Looking to the future
- Warning signs and when to act
Wendy Cresswell, Howarths - 18th November, 2pm - 3pm
- HR considerations
- Dealing with staff who feel uncomfortable returning to work
- How to handle redundancies/dismissals
Speaker TBC, Sheards Accountancy - 25th November, 12pm - 1pm
- Financial support available, responsibilities and deadlines e.g. VAT, self-assessment payments
- Using cloud functionality and financial tools (Receipt Bank) and management accounts to have better financial forecasting.
- Summary of the latest updates
Commenting on the programme of events, Kevin Winterburn, director at Sheards Accountancy said; “We have listened carefully to the challenges our clients and the local business community has faced since the events of the 16th March when the nation was put into lockdown. While there continues to be upheaval and ongoing changes to how businesses can operate, the topics we'll be covering in our upcoming sessions relate to many of the conversations we've had over the past seven months and continue to have.
We hope that by hosting these sessions, we can support local businesses to thrive long beyond the current challenges they face.”