In isolation, the need for people to stay connected is heightened personally and professionally.
In business all relationships are important and with the demise of face to face meetings and events due to the ban on mass gatherings, how do you keep these important relationships alive so that when the restrictions are eased you still have these connections in place.
Richard Weekes will present on key points and tips that you can use to maintain your valuable professional relationships and potentially build more trust and credibility.
When: Thursday 28 May 2020, 12.00PM to 1.00PM AEST
Pricing: FREE for MEA Members, $25* for Non-Members *Cost per view
Please Note: Registrations for this webinar will close on Wednesday, 27 May at 5pm AEST. The link to access the webinar and further information will be shared with all registered attendees by 9am AEST on Thursday, 28 May. For late registrations, please email us here.
Alternatively, this webinar will be recorded and available to view on-demand on MEATV.
Richard Weekes, MEA Webinar Presenter
Richard Weekes is the principal of a business growth and strategy firm. Over the past decade, he has coached executives and/or lead Consulting projects including the Australian Tax Office, City of Parramatta, KPMG in Australia and overseas, Baker & McKenzie, FINSIA, Hayman Island and Spotless. Each of these organisations was responding to a changing market or transforming itself in some way – and each, in its own way, was pitching its response to that change.
Richard assisted with strategic and tactical communications, formulating and pitching their message to key people – either internally or externally, or both.