Please Note: You will receive a link to join the webinar the day before the event via email, please also check your junk folder for this.
As we adjust to home working and the ‘new normal’ of business life during COVID-19 lockdown, it is important to maintain virtual contact and continue to network with like-minded people.
Here at Kent Invicta Chamber of Commerce, we have partnered with Furley Page Solicitors to bring you virtual business networking events. Each event will have a different topic of conversation with a short expert led discussion followed by break out rooms, discussions and the opportunity to connect virtually. This weeks topic of conversation is ‘My Plan To…’
For this weeks Virtual Business Networking Event, Jim Gorrie UK Business Mentoring will be discussing ‘Planning for the Recovery’. ‘Planning For The Recovery’ will focus on 7 critical business areas that every business owner should be working on as we look towards the new ‘normal’. The presentation will include; hints, tips and practical ways in which a business owner can re-focus, and chart a course towards the new world that awaits us all going forward.
When in breakout rooms, each person has around 4 minutes to introduce themselves: just your name, what you do and your response to ‘My Plan To…’ – personal or professional.
When in breakout rooms, each person has around 4 minutes to introduce themselves: just your name, what you do and your response to ‘My Plan To…’ – personal or professional. Then you have the chance to either raise a question related to our speakers talk, or discuss your own topic in more depth. There is no pressure. Our hosts will be hopping around the breakout rooms to help facilitate the discussions. Just treat it as an opportunity to make some new contacts and learn.
- Be aware of what is on display in the background if connecting to Zoom from your home.
- Be aware of anything gives away where you live.
- Be aware of having confidential documents on display within the camera shot.
- If you sign up to the event, you can’t stop people taking screen shots of the event and sharing it on social media.
- Never ‘write’/ ‘say’ anything in chat or a ‘room’ you wouldn’t say in an email.