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Working from Home – Tips for Leading Remotely

Leading people in a remote environment might be something you’ve got some experience in, or it could be new territory. Either way, there’s challenges and opportunities for leaders when working in this way. We’ll share some tips on how to lead your people remotely in a way that supports their wellbeing, improves communication and helps ensure productivity.

Presented by Carolyn Mitchell

Online Networking

Please join the local business community in a casual environment for an informal networking opportunity.

BYO drink, sit back and relax in the comfort of your home or office to meet other networkers, catch up with old friends, and forge new business relationships.

This will be run via Zoom’s Breakout Rooms with the opportunity to attend 3 different rooms for 10 minutes each. More details will be given on the night.

Working from Home – Tips for Working Remotely

Many of us have worked from home from time to time but our current environment means that more of us are working from home for extended periods of time.  Working remotely has challenges and benefits for us both personally and professionally.  We’ll share some tips on how you can look after your wellbeing and work productively.

Presented by Lorraine Sebastian

COVID 19 Business Recovery Program

This workshop will walk you through developing your SWOT Analysis and Business Action Plan from the RAVDA, providing you with clear steps and priorities to manage your cashflow and business through this crisis.

To attend your selected online workshop, click on the link provided in the confirmation email you received at the end of Step 1. The workshop will take place via a Zoom conference meeting.

The workshop will be facilitated and run by Ross Raymond, Director Ashfords Advisory and Trevor Schoenmaekers, Director BizTech.

You will walk away from this program with a clear plan of action, a timeline and an outline of the resources you’ll need to be successful.

The business landscape has shifted significantly. Non-financial internal and external risks most notably COVID-19 have had a devastating impact on businesses with many having to close and face the prospect of never re-opening.


Our new Research confirms SMEs that survive have plans in place. Businesses that identify, adapt and take advantage of opportunities will emerge stronger.


Our Business Recovery Program will help you develop your own Recovery Plan. It is a 3-step Program:


  1. Complete a free Short Risk and Value Driver Assessment;
  2. Register for an online Business Recovery Program workshop;
  3. Receive ongoing support to implement your recovery and regrowth action items.

Take back control!


Start your recovery plan by completing our free Short Risk and Value Driver Assessment (RAVDA) to identify key Non-financial risks in your business. It combines your RAVDA information with data analytics to pinpoint areas of high concern and value drivers you need to focus on to protect one of your major sources of income and wealth – YOUR BUSINESS!


Start your Recovery Plan


On completion, you can:

  • Download your personal Business Performance Indicator Report;
  • Register for an online planning workshop to prepare you own Business Recovery Plan Report.
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  • Date: Wednesday 11 November 2020
  • Time: 5:30pm - 7:30pm
  • Location: ATO Dandenong
    19 George Street, Dandenong, Victoria, Australia
  • Cost: TBC
  • Registration: Contact us to register
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