Video workshop: RE-OPENING KANSAS CITY
Updated: Aug 3, 2020
Creating New Business Norms in a Covid-19 Reality
COVID-19 and social distancing have completely changed the way Kansas City does business. As the city emerges from the initial wave and continues to address the pandemic, business owners need to create new organizational safe business practices to address the reality of commerce in a Covid-19 world. These norms must be informed by best public health practices to protect businesses, assets, employees, and clients. Simultaneously, resilience, decision making, and creativity are essential leadership elements needed to navigate these uncertain times. This webinar combines both-- best leadership and public health practices-- to create women leaders who are able to be agile, flexible, and adaptable as they lead their Kansas City businesses in emerging responsibly from the Covid-19 pandemic.
At the end of this video, business owners and leaders will be able to:
Broadly understand the Covid-19 pandemic and the impact on Kansas City.
Understand standard public health strategies in epidemic control.
Access and understand CDC resources for Covid-19 mitigate in business settings.
Understand the environmental and behavioral transmission dynamics of Covid-19 in various organizational settings.
Identify their own high-risk situations.
Mitigate Covid-19 spread in their business by utilizing CDC recommended nonpharmaceutical interventions(NPI’s).
Leverage relationships with other area Kansas City business leaders to combat isolation, hopelessness, and overwhelmedness to foster business creativity.
Build resilience by creating a realistic plan of action based on best business and public health practices specific to Covid-19.
Make business decisions that protect businesses, assets, employees, and clients with confidence and hope.