Coronavirus has been described as the greatest test of modern business leadership. The good news is that you’re not in it alone.
The award-winning No Jargon team has reformed to answer all your questions and we’ll be online every week to make sure you are well supported during this difficult time. Join us as the No Jargon team hit the internet for the first time on Monday 23rd March. We have a reputation for plain speaking and good solid advice, with no fluff or nonsense. You bring the tea and biscuits, and we’ll provide the answers to some of the challenges that we’re all facing in these uncertain times.
Who’s in the team?
Answering all matters technical is Russell Howarth from Zenzero. He’ll advise on what you need to do to work from home effectively. He’s an expert on VPNs, remote desktops and can recommend software which will help your team feel together, wherever they are.
Solving your accounting issues is Elinor Perry-Hall of Pentlands Accountants and Advisors. She’ll make sure you understand the latest government announcements and can access the help you are entitled to.
Helping you manage your people is Tracey Hudson of The HR Dept. She’ll help you work out your options in terms of keeping people on, using the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme or putting more effective safeguards in place for staff.
Our MD, Helen Barge, will give you practical risk management advice so you can avoid problems with data privacy and information security. She’ll also answer questions on the latest phishing scams and help you spot new opportunities.
What do I need to do to join in?
You can join us on Monday by clicking on the link below. If you are not near a computer dial the number and pin below and you can listen in.
+44 20 3787 4260 United Kingdom, London (Toll)
Conference ID:840 218 305#
When will sessions be held?
We plan to run these on Mondays and Wednesdays.
How long will sessions last?
We’ll be online for an hour to answer your questions. We plan to record them so you can catch up in your own time if you get interrupted, miss a key point or have to skip a session.