None of us expected to ever be in this situation due to a global pandemic, but here we are and we need to change how we do business and how we move forward with a stronger business model. We have created the Small Business Resiliency Toolkit to provide resources to help you during this time to make your business resilient and hopefully come back even stronger. We continue to seek helpful resources and will be adding more regularly. If you are seeking help on a specific topic, please reach out and let us know: Sarah@FostoriaChamber.com
The US Chamber has created CO and comprehensive platform for small business. The website provides a multitude of resources, from starting your business, growing your business, building your brand and getting advice from experts and industry leaders.
Small Business Saturday and American Express have teamed up to launch Stand for for Small. Stand for Small is a one-stop shop with resources, offers and tools from a growing group of companies that want to help small businesses get back to business. Whether you’re shifting your business online or switching to takeout and delivery. Stand for Small hopes to help small businesses navigate the current climate. Learn more at StandForSmall.com
Tune into this free webinar, as Trent Bryson, CEO of Bryson Financial, sits down with Kristie Pastore, CEO of Culture Works HR, to discuss how you can build your proper reopening roadmap.
Join Bob Prosen as he discusses the most important things to communicate to customers and how to prioritize the safety of both customers and employees.
Join author Mark W. Johnson as he explores adjacent businesses and capabilities needed to meet the new normal of your business when we get to the other side.
Key to any leadership role is the ability to provide a sense of informed direction and a sense of calm when situational demands exceed internal resources. Uncertainty can cause us to feel ‘blind’ and unsure about our own strengths and intuition.
This webinar, presented by The Crisis Tamer Lisa Dinhofer, will provide ‘navigational tools’ for working with uncertainty and planning for the aftermath of disruption.
This session will provide practical steps for:
- Identifying the often missed opportunities of ‘not knowing’
- Effectively using clarity, ‘knowing’ and confidence during disruption
- Finding gold in the ‘gap’ between the problem and finding the solution
- The critical role Values play in managing uncertainty for yourself and your team
- Planning for what we never think about in the aftermath of disruption