WHAT : DE HEK

Think Tank Topic: Crisis Management

July 29, 2020 DANNY : DE HEK / ELITE : SIX Members Season 2020 Episode 1061
WHAT : DE HEK
Think Tank Topic: Crisis Management
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WHAT : DE HEK
Think Tank Topic: Crisis Management
Jul 29, 2020 Season 2020 Episode 1061
DANNY : DE HEK / ELITE : SIX Members

ELITE : SIX Think Tank meetings are discussed over Zoom with our members every Friday at 9:30am.

Facilitated by DANNY : DE HEK meetings are recorded for our Podcast, we’ve been doing this since COVID-19 if you’re interested in joining in with us check out our website at www.elite6.co.nz

EXPERIENCES

  • Get into other people's heads - understand their energy, challenges and be practical about offering solutions.
  • Your ability to react positively to imposed change will keep your business ahead of the pack.
  • Crisis is an opportunity revaluate, reassess & react positively.
  • Identify what the crisis actually is and how it may impact on yourself or business
  • Look to work with like minded people or collaborate with a business that tells with yours
  • Look at tools to help your business (e.g. VR software to create immersive 360 tours etc.)
  • Be able to work anywhere
  • Look to take your business online
  • Diversify our businesses
  • Learn new ways of communicating with clients
  • Stay positive, mindset is key
  • Bugger, Bugger

PROBLEMS

  • A crisis will highlight your system deficiencies.
  • Meeting peoples expectations
  • Build redundancy into your systems
  • Health (stress, diet etc.)
  • Realised you didn’t have a plan when a crisis hit
  • Earthquakes - lack of planning
  • Money
  • Proper fire equipment on hand

SOLUTIONS

  • Apply for funds, grants
  • Back up your data in a few places
  • Networking asking others for help and guidance!
  • Business Continuity Planning. What is important and how can you protect it?
  • Understand client expectations then exceed them
  • Bookmark sources of reliable, current and simple information.
  • NAS could be the offline online file back up solution network-attached storage

TAKES AWAY

  • Have an emergency kit with crisis information in it for when a crisis happens
  • Be prepared for every eventuality
  • Know what you can offer and be prepared to clearly offer this.

NEXT WEEKS TOPIC - BECOMING AN AUTHORITY IN YOUR FIELD

P.S. If you like this podcast please click “like” or provide comment, as that will motivate me to publish more. Would you like the opportunity to be featured on the WHAT : DE HEK Podcast? You are welcome to INVITE YOURSELF to be a guest.

Show Notes

ELITE : SIX Think Tank meetings are discussed over Zoom with our members every Friday at 9:30am.

Facilitated by DANNY : DE HEK meetings are recorded for our Podcast, we’ve been doing this since COVID-19 if you’re interested in joining in with us check out our website at www.elite6.co.nz

EXPERIENCES

  • Get into other people's heads - understand their energy, challenges and be practical about offering solutions.
  • Your ability to react positively to imposed change will keep your business ahead of the pack.
  • Crisis is an opportunity revaluate, reassess & react positively.
  • Identify what the crisis actually is and how it may impact on yourself or business
  • Look to work with like minded people or collaborate with a business that tells with yours
  • Look at tools to help your business (e.g. VR software to create immersive 360 tours etc.)
  • Be able to work anywhere
  • Look to take your business online
  • Diversify our businesses
  • Learn new ways of communicating with clients
  • Stay positive, mindset is key
  • Bugger, Bugger

PROBLEMS

  • A crisis will highlight your system deficiencies.
  • Meeting peoples expectations
  • Build redundancy into your systems
  • Health (stress, diet etc.)
  • Realised you didn’t have a plan when a crisis hit
  • Earthquakes - lack of planning
  • Money
  • Proper fire equipment on hand

SOLUTIONS

  • Apply for funds, grants
  • Back up your data in a few places
  • Networking asking others for help and guidance!
  • Business Continuity Planning. What is important and how can you protect it?
  • Understand client expectations then exceed them
  • Bookmark sources of reliable, current and simple information.
  • NAS could be the offline online file back up solution network-attached storage

TAKES AWAY

  • Have an emergency kit with crisis information in it for when a crisis happens
  • Be prepared for every eventuality
  • Know what you can offer and be prepared to clearly offer this.

NEXT WEEKS TOPIC - BECOMING AN AUTHORITY IN YOUR FIELD

P.S. If you like this podcast please click “like” or provide comment, as that will motivate me to publish more. Would you like the opportunity to be featured on the WHAT : DE HEK Podcast? You are welcome to INVITE YOURSELF to be a guest.