Continuity of business is to the forefront of SME owner and manager minds’ in these uncertain times. Survival is key, but also adaptation to this changed business landscape. Osborne Recruitment report that almost “two thirds of businesses say the situation will permanently change the way their business operates in the future”. The silver lining of the current challenging context is the opportunity to reflect, plan and rethink how your SME can survive, adapt and thrive in a post-COVID-19 world.
These free online workshops will equip SME owners and managers with the necessary management skills, tools and techniques to advance their own personal performance as managers and to more reliably inform and guide the development of their SME through these unprecedented times. Topics covered over this ten part free series include:
ISME, the Irish SME Association, is the only independent representative association for Small and Medium Enterprises and currently has in excess of 10,500 members nationwide. Uniquely in Ireland, ISME is independent of big business, big banks and government and gives voice to the issues facing SME owner-managers.
Griffith College with campuses in Dublin, Cork and Limerick is Ireland’s largest independent third level institution with over 40 years’ experience of preparing clients for successful careers. The college’s business and graduate business programmes in finance, marketing, data analytics, change management, logistics and supply chain management are managed and staffed by expert practitioners.