It takes one or two pioneers with an entrepreneurial mind-set to show the 'safe' way forwards, proving to the industry they can succeed.
Venue: a bigger venue was chosen to allow distancing.
Transfers: a bus (not taxi) was sent to allow distancing. Driver wore mask & gloves.
AV: remote clicker was sanitised before every speaker.
Audience: 500 socially distanced, wore masks throughout (1000 remote). Only downside is you couldn’t see the smiles.
Tests: had to be taken 72 hours before. Highly recommend Recovery4Life.
Airlines: they thought it was acceptable to put everyone together at the front on a 95% empty flight. NOT a chance and we all moved. C’mon airlines!
I was apprehensive about flying so kept travel to a minimum choosing direct flights via Luton.
The measures made it a great 'safe' experience.
Appreciate different countries will have different rules but following these pioneers, events can happen again & confidence will rise.
In tough times or any crisis situation, there are some critical things to consider to survive, revive and then thrive. Here are a few actions for consideration, that we have been working on with clients as thought patterns and strategies, which have gained measurable results:
Whole brain function is required to support not only analysis functions — where we zoom in to see the detail — but also synthesis functions where we zoom out to see larger patterns — when we look at the bigger picture, the why, or purpose of things.