Leading Through COVID-19 and Beyond

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Leading Through COVID-19 and Beyond

 

From declining revenue to managing a remote work culture, businesses are dealing with disruptions on every front due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Faculty of Continuing Education at Mount Royal University is pleased to present a free, online panel discussion featuring experts on the economic, legal and people impacts of managing small and medium business in Alberta during COVID-19 and beyond.

The panel discussion will be held via Zoom on Thursday, May 6, beginning at 10 a.m. Speakers include:

 

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Attendees will benefit from a wide-ranging overview of the challenges and opportunities facing leaders, from challenging the status quo thinking about Alberta's economy to gaining a greater understanding of how to respond rather than react. Employer/employee rights and responsibilities under labour law during the pandemic will also be highlighted. The duty to accommodate and the question of vaccination requirements will also be up for discussion.

 

Our panelists preview the event

 

Following our panelists, there will be a moderated question-and-answer session. The event will end no later than 1 p.m.:

  • Welcome: Dimitra Fotopoulos, director, Professional and Continuing Education, Faculty of Continuing Education, Mount Royal University
  • Opening remarks: Brad Mahon, dean, Faculty of Continuing Education, Mount Royal University
  • Overview of local economic picture: Todd Hirsch, vice president and chief economist, ATB Financial
  • Practicalities of law related to COVID-19: Steve Eichler, partner and executive committee member, Field Law
  • Leading through COVID-19 and beyond: Steven Armstrong, author, speaker, leadership expert and instructor with Mount Royal’s Faculty of Continuing Education
  • Question-and-answer session
  • Closing remarks: Dimitra Fotopoulos

 

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