Running your business.
If you are considering being your own boss and working in the gig-economy, also known as platform enabled work, then insights from Professor Emmanuel Josserand and Associate Professor Sarah Kaine from University of Technology Sydney (UTS) Business School may be useful. Join us as they explore the opportunities and risks associated with this new way of working in this recorded webinar.
Communication helps you to maximise your impact and realise your potential. Catherine Hollyman of Behind the Scenes Communications will be sharing her framework for communication and answering your questions in this 45-minute webinar.
In developing any business plan it is important to include sustainable development goals. Ronan Mac Domhnaill founder of Cred Solutions will talk about the logic and emotion behind the United Nations sustainable development goals and why you should include them in your business planning.
Following on from the “Understanding Financial Statements” webinar, “Measuring Financial Performance” takes the next step toward better understanding the numbers in your business. Being able to accurately measure past financial performance helps to identify actions to take to improve future business performance.
Following on from “Understanding financial statements” and ‘Measuring business performance”, “Accelerating business performance” takes the next step of identifying the real causes of business under-performance and outlines actions that could help to improve business performance.
Many businesses would like to reduce the impact of energy costs on their bottom line, but are not sure where to start. The team at Verdia has decades of experience in helping businesses worldwide to design and deliver renewable energy and energy efficiency projects. During this 30 to 45 minute webinar, Verdia's CEO, Paul Peters, explains how to identify energy saving opportunities, from reducing energy usage to generating your own energy on site.