Survive, Adapt, Thrive
A webinar series for navigating the COVID-19 crisis
The crisis of our generation is here. Its impact is creating chaos in every community and business. According to the Burnaby Board of Trade, more than half of currently closed businesses are not confident they will re-open.
As business leaders, we don’t have the luxury of being paralyzed or taking a victim mindset. Our business and people depend on getting unstuck.
The Incrementa (un)consulting community has come together to create a series of webinars on navigating the COVID-19 crisis, allowing us to survive, build resilience and adapt, then thrive on the other side.
Each week we provide a new focus for the webinars.
- Week 1 – May 6: Survive
- Week 2: May 13: Adapt
- Week3: May 20: Thrive
Week 1: Survive
In the last 6 weeks, everything has changed. For many companies, they’ve seen a dramatic drop in revenues, their teams scattered with social distancing, supply chains massively disrupted, and no sign of certainty in the near future.
On Wednesday May 6, our speakers will be helping reduce that uncertainty.
Our agenda for Wednesday, May 6th
Survive, Adapt, Thrive: How to get unstuck and move forward in crisis – 8:00 AM PT
In the face of massive uncertainty, what do you? Are you paralyzed, or do you drive forward? In this session, Mike will provide practical steps to move you through the three phases of this crisis – Survive, Adapt and Thrive. When you make it through this crisis, you will have a stronger, more resilient company ready for growth.
Mike Knapp is a strategy & execution coach with incrementa (un)consulting. He is passionate about helping the leaders become the heroes of their own stories by developing their vision into clear goals and an execution plan do drive their business forward.
The upside of crisis: Using unprecedented events to strengthen your team – 9:00 AM PT
During a traumatic event we must do our best to understand each situation and move forward in the best interest of the person, the team, and the organization. The challenge is trauma presents differently based on the crisis and we don’t always know of its arrival or impact. Facing this in the workplace is a growing concern for both employer & employee.
This webinar shares the tools of Mental Health First Aid in the workplace. You will learn steps and methods to assess and provide support to your team during a time of crisis so they will remain resilient and be more aligned moving forward.
Shannon Pearson is a champion of culture and engagement at incrementa (un)consulting. She helps create high performance teams by connecting people to the organization’s DNA: it’s core values and purpose. Leveraging proven methodologies, she increases engagement and connection while reducing conflict.
Managing cash flow during these COVID-19 times – 10:00 AM PT
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Hussain Haji is a partner with RISE CPAs. He thrives in helping clients with practical business solutions. He recognizes complex financial issues and is quick to identify factors that limit client’s business growth. Known for his dynamic and motivating leadership, he is able to rally his team to achieve great results.
Survival of those ‘Granted: I’m not saying it will be easy, I’m saying it will be worth it! – 11:00 AM PT
Survival is the number one concern for businesses right now, and of course, that ties in to funding being a top priority. While COVID programs are being offered, you may find it difficult to understand how the benefits integrate with one another and how using one program impacts another. In this presentation, Stephanie Sang, CEO of Granted Consulting, will discuss the practicality of the programs and suggest actions for when funding ends. You’ll walk away feeling peace-of-mind that you have access to a Grant Angel on your side.
Stephanie Sang is the CEO of Granted Consulting, and is known as a ‘Grant Angel’ in Vancouver. She is passionate about working with entrepreneurs in all industries on developing grant strategies for growth. Since 2011, Granted has supported 800+ clients and generated $20.0 MM in grant funding at a success rate of 92%. Through the COVID crisis, she and her staff have been dedicated to ’spreading the wealth’ about support programs and supporting the business community with webinars and resources to access the right options and the right time.