Leading Business In Anxious Times

 

13th October 2020 Australia Time Zone
8th December 2020Australia Time Zone

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ABOUT THE COURSE

Leading Business in Anxious Times


9 am – 3 pm
 
 
SESSION 1 : INTRODUCTION

 

  • Introduction and way to Safe, Cohesive and Productive.
  • Know what anxiety is and what it isn’t.
 
SESSION 2: CONTINGENCY PLAN 

 

  • Crisis Leadership Self-Assessment – How well can you weather the storm?
  • Turning Crisis Into Opportunity: Preparing Your Organization for a Transformed World
  • Communicating in a Crisis: What, When, and How
  • Mergers for companies in Financial Difficulty an Option?
  • Operational and Supply Chain Disruptions- Promoting goods or services where there are shortages/supply issues?
  • Cyber and Fraud Risk – Securing the New remote Working
  • A worst-case scenario – Temporary succession planning for key decision-makers, what step to take?
Morning Coffee Break (20 Minutes)
 
 
SESSION 3: KEY BUSINESS AND LEGAL ISSUES TO CONSIDER

 

  • Reviewing Strategies, Policies and Procedures – corporate policy alignment with government recommendations.
  • Commercial Contracts and Contractual Obligations – Difficulty in meeting Contractual Obligations.
  • Signing documents in a pandemic: what to do when signatories are isolated or scattered
  • Government Grants and Support – Key dates, Eligibility Requirements
  • Considering Redundancy, grounds for termination or stand-down from work entitlements – Legal Advice?
  • Liabilities to Third Parties, Such as Customers/Patrons
Lunch Break (1 Hour)
 
 
SESSION 4: WORKPLACE SAFETY AND LEGAL STRUCTURE 

 

  • Implications Under Health and Welfare Plans
  • Government Power During a Health Crisis
  • Adequate communicable-illness policies and response plans – HR Related Legal Risk
 
SESSION 5: EMPLOYEE WELLNESS AND WELLBEING 

 

  • Workplace as an Emotional System and What Leaders Can Do to Influence the System During Difficult Times
  • Mental Health – Strategies to ensure calm and deliberate in decision-making and actions
  • How Leaders and Leadership Collectives Can Increase Psychological Safety at Work
  • Psychological Hotspots of Transformation
  • Strategies to Make Digital – Organization’s Culture, employee engagement and retention
Afternoon Coffee Break (20 Minutes)
 
 
SESSION 6: BUILDING RESILIENCE 

 

  • Building Resilience and Leadership in the Context of Crisis & Telework.
  • Focusing on the 4 areas of resilience – Physical, Mental, Emotional, Social
  • Hr To Focus On The Transformation Agenda – Getting Workforce Agile Ready
  • Re-setting Organization for the Post-COVID Future- Strategies for the New Normal.
 
END OF THE COURSE

 

 

 

COURSE OUTLINE

Leading Business in Anxious Times


9 am – 3 pm
 
 
SESSION 1 : INTRODUCTION

 

  • Introduction and way to Safe, Cohesive and Productive.
  • Know what anxiety is and what it isn’t.
 
SESSION 2: CONTINGENCY PLAN 

 

  • Crisis Leadership Self-Assessment – How well can you weather the storm?
  • Turning Crisis Into Opportunity: Preparing Your Organization for a Transformed World
  • Communicating in a Crisis: What, When, and How
  • Mergers for companies in Financial Difficulty an Option?
  • Operational and Supply Chain Disruptions- Promoting goods or services where there are shortages/supply issues?
  • Cyber and Fraud Risk – Securing the New remote Working
  • A worst-case scenario – Temporary succession planning for key decision-makers, what step to take?
Morning Coffee Break (20 Minutes)
 
 
SESSION 3: KEY BUSINESS AND LEGAL ISSUES TO CONSIDER

 

  • Reviewing Strategies, Policies and Procedures – corporate policy alignment with government recommendations.
  • Commercial Contracts and Contractual Obligations – Difficulty in meeting Contractual Obligations.
  • Signing documents in a pandemic: what to do when signatories are isolated or scattered
  • Government Grants and Support – Key dates, Eligibility Requirements
  • Considering Redundancy, grounds for termination or stand-down from work entitlements – Legal Advice?
  • Liabilities to Third Parties, Such as Customers/Patrons
Lunch Break (1 Hour)
 
 
SESSION 4: WORKPLACE SAFETY AND LEGAL STRUCTURE 

 

  • Implications Under Health and Welfare Plans
  • Government Power During a Health Crisis
  • Adequate communicable-illness policies and response plans – HR Related Legal Risk
 
SESSION 5: EMPLOYEE WELLNESS AND WELLBEING 

 

  • Workplace as an Emotional System and What Leaders Can Do to Influence the System During Difficult Times
  • Mental Health – Strategies to ensure calm and deliberate in decision-making and actions
  • How Leaders and Leadership Collectives Can Increase Psychological Safety at Work
  • Psychological Hotspots of Transformation
  • Strategies to Make Digital – Organization’s Culture, employee engagement and retention
Afternoon Coffee Break (20 Minutes)
 
 
SESSION 6: BUILDING RESILIENCE 

 

  • Building Resilience and Leadership in the Context of Crisis & Telework.
  • Focusing on the 4 areas of resilience – Physical, Mental, Emotional, Social
  • Hr To Focus On The Transformation Agenda – Getting Workforce Agile Ready
  • Re-setting Organization for the Post-COVID Future- Strategies for the New Normal.
 
END OF THE COURSE

 

   

Managing Principal and Director, Law Firm Australia 

Our Trainer is an experienced legal practitioner who works nationally with publicly listed businesses, companies and substantial SMEs across industries including manufacturing, agriculture, construction, government, Not-ForProfit, education, health and financial services. He practises in numerous areas of workplace law, including employment, health and safety, workers’ compensation, dispute resolution, privacy and investigations.

He is also an accomplished speaker and chair of masterclasses in workplace law, has authored several books on health and safety law, and is a widely published legal practitioner on workplace wellbeing. He had been the National Head of Workplace Relations and Head of Dispute Resolution at other law firms before establishing his firm in 2018. A strong following of staff from previous firms reflects his leadership effectiveness, and commitment to his people, their development and their future. It is this special bond of trust, talent and shared values that has fostered firm’s development into a leading wellbeing, flexible and diverse workplace.

 

 

 

Early Birth Ends on 15th September 

 

 

FEE
 
 $499 (Early Bird)
 $699 (Usual Price)
 
           13th October 2020 

           8th December 2020 

   

 

Registration fee only covers cost of all sessions & presentations. Fee is not inclusive of 9% Admin/Bank Charges.

 

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Online, Instructor Led Virtual Course

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