Leading Through Covid 19 and Beyond

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Leading Through Covid 19 and Beyond (45 minutes)

The Covid 19 pandemic has changed our world in ways we never could have imagined.  As we navigate through the pandemic, we need to also be thinking about the future.  We may never go back to “normal” but instead, create a “new normal”.  In this 45 minute video, Patrick Chapman talks about how the landscape of business has changed and gives suggestions on how to move forward.  Topics include:

  • Implementing new safety procedures for your employees and customers
  • How to communicate that to your employees and customers
  • How to implement a “no contact” visit or a virtual sales call
  • How to serve your community even if business is down
  • Cash flow options
  • Marketing suggestions

While this video gives specific recommendations geared toward the HVAC Industry, the broader concepts can be applied to any business!

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