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Surviving the Pandemic

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March 18, 6:30pm-7:45pm

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2020/21 has been quite the year soo far! However we can start to see a light at the end of the tunnel. It seems an apt time to speak to some industries that have really been in the spotlight through the pandemic.

Hence we have invited 2 amazing speakers to discuss:

  • How they adapted to survive the pandemic
  • How they changed working practices, processes and procedures
  • Coping with media coverage of their organisation/sector
  • The challenges keeping staff, colleagues, stakeholders motivated, supported and informed
  • And themselves!
  • And key - how they kept hope alive!

We welcome:

Lynn Laughland, Founder & CEO, HRM Homecare Ltd - Leading your business through this pandemic in a highly publicised sector

HRM Homecare is one of Scotland’s leading Care at Home and Self-Directed Support specialists. We have supported users of care services and their families to live independent lives across Central Scotland for over 25 years.

Vivienne Wood, Director of Planning, Scottish Opera - Trying to keep a business going when fully closed down.
Scottish Opera was founded in 1962 and inaugurated with a production of Madama Butterfly at the King’s Theatre in Glasgow. In 1974 Scottish Opera purchased the Theatre Royal Glasgow, which reopened in 1975 as Scotland’s first national opera house.

FREE for all to attend - please ensure to book to ensure you get emailed zoom details,

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