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WELCOME to Adrian Malpass' #VirtualTable

In this online series we are looking at the key business topics of our times.

The topic for this #VirtualTable is:

Looking ahead to 2021

As 2020 draws to a close (thank goodness, many say), there is no disputing it has been an unusual year. This time last year, we hadn't even heard of 'Covid-19', let alone 'lockdown', and were looking forward to a successful 2020.

So, with 2021 just around the corner, what has 2020 taught our business community and what are the most valuable lessons we will take forward to 2021?

How are we 'setting our stall' to get ready for and make the most of next year?

How are going to make the most of these (seemingly on-going) uncertainties? What collaborations are we seeking? How can we plan and forecast with (at least) a decent amount of certainty?

Add in the challenges of managing and supporting remote workers, restrictions that come and go, and a general nervousness over economic confidence looking ahead, and 2021 will represent plenty of challenges and an exciting opportunity.

In this #VirtualTable event, we shall be discussing the challenges facing Directors, managers and business owners in looking ahead to 2021 despite the challenges.

Clearly, we now live in a rapidly changing business landscape, and resilience, flexibility and contingency planning are all likely to be significant parts of our business future as we look ahead to next year. As always, there is plenty to consider, and no doubt a topic we shall be returning to!

Aimed at SME Directors and senior managers (although open to anyone in business), these events will be held in a confidential online environment, where all those attending are encouraged to participate with the aim of delivering improved understanding and clarity. There will also be plenty of opportunity for Q&A.

Each event will be a maximum of 60 minutes.

In order to ensure this event is delivered to the highest quality (given the limitations of an online event), numbers attending are limited.

Of course, if you have any queries, please get in touch.

Event details:

  • Date: Tuesday 8 December, 2020
  • Time: 10am (finishing no later than 11am)
  • Venue: online via Zoom

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This event will take place using Zoom.

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  • Your attendance of this meeting confirms your acceptance of this.

See you there!

Adrian Malpass

Executive coach & mentor. Board adviser

November 2020

(about Adrian Malpass)

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Organiser Adrian Malpass - Executive coach & mentor. Board adviser

Organiser of Adrian Malpass' #VirtualTable: Looking ahead to 2021 (online)

Adrian is a renowned award-winning executive coach and mentor, and board adviser, focusing on leadership, strategy and managing growth for businesses of all sizes.

He has over 32 years' experience as a proven business transformation specialist, with extensive experience and success in working in micro and SME sectors, as well as some of the UK’s major PLCs. He specialises in improving profitable performance through enhanced leadership and business management, and identifying and delivering strategic and sustainable growth. Working alongside business owners, executives, Directors, senior managers and entrepreneurs, usually in project, mentoring, coaching and consultancy formats and often at a strategic level, he has worked successfully with over 350 businesses to date, including in non-executive director roles.
He is a fully qualified, national award-winning Executive Coach, trained mentor and project manager, and as a Licensed Emotional Intelligence Consultant he develops emotionally intelligent leaders and teams..
He is also well known for his business strategies and thoughtful views of key aspects of the business world, and often seen speaking on a wide range of business performance and engagement topics across the south-west.
He runs the GlosBiz® initiative (Gloucestershire's largest business network), voluntarily on a not-for-profit basis, connecting over 12,000 businesses and over 27,000 business people across Gloucestershire.

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