Konica Minolta hosts post-crisis kick start webinar

2020 has brought unprecedented and unexpected challenges, especially since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, putting businesses have been put under enormous pressure.

To enable businesses to rise to the challenges, identify and exploit new opportunities, change the way they work and what they offer in response to changing demands and the changed environment, Konica Minolta is hosting a post-crisis kick start webinar.

Michael McQueen

The webinar is open to all businesses and will feature leading trend forecaster Michael McQueen who has helped some of the world’s most successful brands navigate disruption and maintain momentum.

Having been recently named Australia’s Keynote Speaker of the Year, McQueen was inducted into the Professional Speakers Hall of Fame.

McQueen will provide valuable insights from his 15 years studying how successful organisations maintain momentum through the inevitable peaks and troughs of business, through disruption and digital transformation.

 

Some topics of discussion include:

  • Strengthen and prepare your business for the future
  • Rethink tomorrow, discover and exploit the new opportunities created by the new order
  • The three common traps that derail success – and how to avoid them
  • How automation can transform your internal business practices: the everyday tasks that drain time and energy

The event details are as below:

Event: Post-COVID Kickstart with Michael McQueen
Date:
 Wednesday 14 October 2020
Time: 
12:30 PM -1:30 PM (AEDT)

Places are limited, so sign up early. Click here to reserve your place.

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