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Professional Practices Alliance webinar series

Professional firms are not immune to the global impact of the Covid-19 crisis. Many firms have implemented robust business continuity and remote working arrangements, but the impact on their clients and the global economy will require firms to continue to adapt (or face the most serious implications).

This webinar series will address the threats faced by professional firms and explore ways in which firms need to adapt not only to survive the crisis, but also to take steps now to thrive in the post-crisis environment. 

Session 2 – Thursday 7 May – 9.30-10.30am BST: After the Crisis: Strategic Advance Planning to Thrive After the Crisis is Over

Including: managing office space for professional services firms; retaining and motivating key talent; pruning the Partnership post-crisis; revisiting partner remuneration to realign partners for the future; learning lessons for the crisis - reconstruction, recovery and strategic change. Click here to register for the webinar now.

Our first session, "Firefighting to survive the Crisis" took place on 24 April. Thank you to everyone who joined us. To listen again, click here for a podcast of the webinar.


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