Working together with one of our clients, we have created a guide to help mitigate employee burnout during these unprecedented times and in the future.
You know innovation can improve your business. You brainstorm, invest, and generate new ideas. And yet your business doesn’t seem to change. What’s missing?
The Paycheck Protection Program enabled many businesses to defer making workforce reductions or other drastic spending cuts for a few weeks. This gave leaders time to respond to the impact of the pandemic on their business, whether that meant shifting employees to work from home, expanding online sales or pivoting their service offering. Those early recipients of PPP funds are now nearing the end of the eight-week payroll support and are beginning to reevaluate their path forward when those funds are depleted. As executives now look to make decisions to drive their long-term success, we see four areas where leaders should focus as they formulate their plans. These areas are:
Wouldn’t you love to have a crystal ball, especially now with so much uncertainty in business and in life? While we know that’s not realistic, we asked Lister Delgado, of NC IDEA Fund Partners to share his thoughts on the future for venture-backed companies, emerging industries and the entrepreneurial community in our recent webinar, co-hosted with the Bagchi Group. Here are a few of our top takeaways from Lister’s conversation with Cindy Anderson, CEO of Thinc Strategy and Neil Bagchi, Managing Attorney, Bagchi Law.
Today, unless you are one of those fortunate businesses that’s in higher demand (think videoconferencing technology, PPE manufacturers, home office furniture) odds are you’re having to adapt your business to continue to survive and grow.