(CONCLUDED) COVID-19 / Critical discussions for the new normal


Location : Online Webinar
Date: 23rd April 2020
Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am

    The latest and ongoing COVID-19 world-wide tragedy reminds us that the potential for pandemics is an ever-present serious threat. This pandemic has killed more people than the outbreaks of MERS and SARS and it seems that there isn’t any corner of the world that is completely safe and with our people having to travel far and wide to conduct business, this threat becomes an international reality. Sadly, myth and speculation reign and we need to separate the truth from the myth in order to properly revise our plans and be able to give the best advice available. We are responsible for all our people and we need to keep doing business so, reflecting that critical need, this CSARN briefing is timely and have assembled speakers with the most up to date briefings on how to adapt during this crisis.

    Whilst we are all managing our business and home environments during this Covid-19 outbreak, we must start planning for our return to work.  This CSARN webinar will provide a critical platform within which we can hear both from experts and discuss within the briefing about areas of focus and working solutions.  The national emergency will pass, but our responsibilities to get back into the marketplace with our people remain. This webinar will give CSARN members the chance to plan ahead to quickly regain lost business opportunities.  

      Confirmed Speakers:

      Dr Mark Parrish MB ChB, MHA, FRACGP, MRCGP, FRACMA / 
      Regional Medical Director for International SOS

      Stuart Tootal /
      Partner at Matero Consulting
      'Mission Purpose in Crisis'

      Scott Macmillan /
      Head of Crisis Management, Barclays
      “Facilitating business recovery amidst complexity and uncertainty: Considerations for crisis managers”

      Delegate Fee

      CSARN Members | FREE

      Standard Fee | FREE

      Public Sector | FREE

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