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IoD East of England Webinar: How Can You Use Your Time Now to Come Out of Covid-19 Stronger Than Ever?

30 Apr 2020
Online webinar, Online
Many businesses have battened down the hatches, furloughed team members and are now left wondering “so what next?” 

Whilst Covid-19 has challenged even the mightiest of businesses to stay on track, now is the time for all business leaders to not only deal with the challenges of today, now is the time to think about the future and plan how you are going to come back stronger than ever.

Clarity of thought, strong leadership, tenacity and an engaged team ready for action are all key ingredients to success during these uncertain times and there is plenty of action that can be taken right now, in order to come out of the traps flying.

Focussing on the “people perspective”, this webinar will help delegates to understand what actions they can take now to ensure they come out of the other side, stronger than ever before, with the right people, in the right place, ready for business.

The lunchtime webinar will take place virtually on Zoom. Once you have registered to join, you will be sent a link to connect and to add to your diary prior to the meeting.

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Date & time: 30 Apr 2020 12:30 - 13:30
Location: Online webinar, Online
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Event manager:
Ms Caroline Kearney
Contact phone:
07917 699 498


Charlotte Bate, a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, BA Hons Business and Personnel.

With over 15 years’ experience as an HR Professional, Trainer and Coach, Charlotte has supported Chief Executives, Board of Directors, Entrepreneurs, Business Professionals from global businesses to small family-run businesses on how to get REAL results through GREAT HR practices that don’t cost the earth.

Her last corporate role was with Marshall Motor Group where she worked with the Divisional Exec team to transform the performance of the business.  Marshall Motor Group grew from an underlying £250m in sales to just under £1bn in 5 years and became a major top 10 UK motor retail group with over 70 retail centres and 2,200 colleagues.  In addition, it was recognised as a Top 75 employer in their Great Place to Work league and received several accolades including "Dealer Group of the Year" and being shortlisted for "Employer of the Year".

In 2016, Charlotte joined MAD-HR as a Director.  MAD-HR stands for Make A Difference HR, which was formed to bring a new brand of HR to East Anglia, and together with their team they have grown the company into a Future 50 Class of 2019, a finalist in the Suffolk Business Awards 2018 and a finalist in the SME National Business Awards for High Growth Business of the Year for 2019.



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