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Listen again: Professional Practices Alliance Zoominar

The latest in the Professional Practices Alliance Covid-19 Zoominar series, Strategic Advance Planning for Professional Services Firms to Thrive After the Crisis is Over, took place on Thursday, 7 May 2020.

Featuring MTG Head of Professional Practices Corinne Staves alongside a range of other leading professional services firm advisers, discussion included:

i. Legal and practical issues for firms in managing workplace re-entry – can you force worried staff to come to work? What protections, policies and training should you be putting in place now?
 
ii. Your office space – what is the impact of successful, large-scale homeworking on professional services firms and their office space?

iii. Retaining, motivating and locking in key talent – making this your first priority before addressing the under-performers.

iv. Pruning the Partnership post-crisis – constitutional and discrimination issues to consider when managing Partner Exits.

v. Revisiting your firm's strategic Business Plan – are you tweaking it or ripping it up and starting again? And what scenario planning are firms doing to refocus their strategy?

vi. Learning the lessons from the Crisis – reconstruction, recovery and strategic change for firms.

If you missed the webinar, click here to listen to a podcast recording.
 

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