With the stock markets plunging, COVID-19 cases rising, and global economies bracing for the worst, businesses are struggling to deal with the interruption of their operations.
We understand how hard it is for small business owners to thrive during these trying times, and for employees to stay safe while keeping their jobs. While no one knows when the pandemic will settle, there is no need to panic. It’s time to hatch an action plan.
What does this mean for you as a business owner or an employee?
It means we are changing the rules of work. Working remotely or taking business from offline to online is the new cool.
……and honey, you need to jump on this wagon now, if you’d like your business or employers to stay afloat during these hard times.
Many employers are aware of some of the benefits of allowing their employees to work remotely, however, they are hesitant to allow it because they feel there is no way to keep people accountable and productive.
This is why She Leads Africa co-founders, Afua Osei and Yasmin Belo-Osagie are about to teach you practical ways to take your business digital.
Whether you are an employer who needs to figure out how to manage a team of remote workers or an employee who needs to boost their productivity and work effectively online, this is a webinar you must not miss.
Join our fave power women on Friday, 27th March, as they co-host a FREE webinar to share some secrets to keeping your business afloat, online or offline.
Yasmin and Afua will also be sharing some proven ways to successfully building an A+ team that can successfully thrive online or offline.
This webinar is for you if:
- You are an employer wondering what business approach to take now
- You need to learn how to be a more effective remote worker
- You need tips and tools to improve your work productivity
This webinar is for business owners, employees, and anyone who wants their business or livelihood to survive during the COVID-19 lockdown.
About Afua Osei
Afua Osei is a Co-Founder of She Leads Africa where she leads the marketing and sales & partnerships teams.
Prior to starting SLA, she worked as a management consultant, served as a Fulbright Scholar in Malaysia, worked in the Office of First Lady Michelle Obama in the White House, and consulted on more than 6 different political campaigns in communications.
She completed a Master of Business Administration and Master of Public Policy at the University of Chicago, studied International Management at the London School of Economics, and graduated cum laude from Allegheny College.
About Yasmin Belo-Osagie
Yasmin is a Co-Founder of She Leads Africa where she leads the content, events and finance teams.
Prior to starting SLA, she worked as a management consultant where she focused on developing multi-year growth strategies for large organizations across Africa.
She graduated from Princeton University (majoring in history) and completed a JD/MBA at Harvard Law School and Stanford Business School.