Reset and Rebuild: How to Prioritise and Create Opportunities during a Pandemic - Seminar - Recovery Programme

Event Details

Tuesday, 17 November, 2020 -
10:00 to 11:00
Zoom webinar
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Join us as we launch our brand-new 'recovery programme' virtual events which support businesses to restart, rebuild and renew.

Because who couldn’t do with some ideas, sharing and tips right now as a hard winter of uncertainty approaches? 

This is an FFT (to quote Brene Brown) - a Flippin’ First Time for all. Free of blame and judgement we want to share our experiences, practical ideas, tips, mistakes and learning simply from the benefit of others.

We’ll focus on the pressures of business continuity and looking after our workforce, while aligning regulatory and client requirements. As we’ve adapted, we’ve learnt more about ourselves and our business, and we will share what has and hasn’t worked.

By being honest about the challenges, the personal pain and what’s worked, we can build a community of people supporting each other and doing as many of the best bits as possible.

Content / Takeaway

  • Insights into using crisis response planning to re-energise a business
  • Strategy tools to decide what you do next
  • How to be clear amongst so little clarity
  • Reflections on balancing business continuity with wellbeing of staff, suppliers and clients
  • Tips on prioritising in a pandemic
  • Turning threats into opportunities
  • The reality of Vision and Values in a crisis
  • Team tools to support your people
  • How planning for the future has allowed us to survive the present

When you register for your place, you will be sent a calendar invitation as confirmation of your place. The invite will include a unique link from Zoom for you to join the video call. 

About the Speakers

Alex Durand, CEO at Klyne Aviation Group

Alex Durand has over 25 years’ experience in the aviation sector, proving himself a strategic leader as he heads up one of the industry’s most innovative combined jet and helicopter operations in Europe. Specialising in growth and future-proofing revenue streams, Alex has extensive experience at the highest level from operations through to business development. He is a recognised leader in the UK aviation industry, having been appointed Vice President of the BBGA - The British Business and Aviation Association.

Rebecca White, CEO at Your Own Place

Rebecca White is the CEO and Founder of Your Own PlaceAs a qualified secondary school teacher with years of experience working with people from all backgrounds as well as commissioners, politicians, business people and leaders, Rebecca exemplifies the successful combination of operational, strategic and business experience. What drives Rebecca is social inequality. By the roll of a dice, a person’s life chances are dramatically altered. Homelessness is just one manifestation of this, and until people have equality of opportunity, Rebecca will work tirelessly to champion people facing disadvantage, not of their own making.

About Klyne Aviation Group

Klyne Aviation Group has been trading for nearly 12 years, including SaxonAir charter and passenger handling operations. The company owns offices and hangars at Norwich Airport. SaxonAir holds UK Civil Aviation Authority approvals to charter jets and helicopters worldwide, as well as processing around 30,000 offshore and business passengers through its Norwich terminal annually.

About Your Own Place

Your Own Place was started by Rebecca White in 2013. From a secondary teaching background, Rebecca is passionate about young people and those that face most barriers – not of their own making. She set about finding innovative and creative solutions to preventing homelessness that maximises the impact they have on society.

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