I’m sure you have received many emails like this over the past few days but it goes without saying that these are uncertain times and things are changing on a daily basis.
As the Coronavirus pandemic unfolds and businesses scramble to adapt to new ways of working, we wanted to let you know that we’re thinking about you, your people and the importance of staying healthy.
We want to assure you that we are mindful of what is going on in the world and doing our very best to stay positive. Our top priority is to keep our clients and employees safe, and we continue to do what we do day-to-day, using Zoom for virtual coaching.
Michael has posted a vlog sharing his experiences so far and the positive steps we, as a team, have taken to deal with the current challenges. Please click here to listen.
Given the changing landscape, we would like to share some of the bitesize (30-60 minute) webinar topics that we’ve been asked to create to help employees:
- Leadership and management in uncertain times
- Managing remote teams
- Looking out for your teams remotely
- Personal resilience
- Maintaining focus in times of uncertainty
- Coping with social isolation
- Be kind to yourself – strengthen your mental well being
- Practicing self-care with mindfulness
- Running effective meetings online
The content of any session can be adapted to suit your specific context and needs. We use Zoom technology but are happy to use your technology if that’s easier.
Sessions are fully customisable to suit the needs of your employees and organisation and can be live or pre-recorded.
Keeping in touch
We hope that you are safe in these unprecedented times; as a small business, we’d like to thank you for your continued support. Virtual coaching and social media will help us deal with the current situation but keeping in touch is important too.
We would love to hear from you and if you are interested to learn more or would like to run some of our sessions, we would be very happy to discuss this further.
Please contact Liz Sebag-Montefiore on:
Mob: 07932 785 538