Navigating the operations aspect of your business can be overwhelming.
Hear from subject matter experts on a variety of topics to guide your business through the next phase.
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Leading a team through transition can be difficult. Tune in to hear skills that can help you lead, motivate, and support your team to move forward while managing the business challenges of change.
Looking for guidance on reopening your business? Tune in to learn the important issues involving the reopening of your business and returning employees to work.
Are you struggling with overcoming the challenges of time management? Tune in to learn Methods for prioritizing tasks, projects and long-term goals, and the importance of setting goals that support your business and career growth.
Have you investigated your commercial insurance policy? Listen in to hear answers about what to look for and more issues you need to know to help your business recover.
Considering a career-pivot or adding a new skill-set but unsure if online adult education could work for you? Hear the benefits of online learning and how online education has grown to one of the most accessible options for adult learning today
David Cantlay, President of 4C Business Coaching, led a conversation for FoCo’s Business leaders to discuss strategies for navigating the waters of the new economy.
Hear Georgia Manufacturing Extension Partnership at Georgia Tech with excellent information on how to return to work safely, efficiently, and profitably
Overview about the impact on employers of the FFCRA, including the emergency expansion of the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and a new federal paid sick leave law, among other significant issues.
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