Join us for a powerful hit list of real-world solutions that can help your SMB go virtual, fast! In this time of a pandemic crisis, we have
In this time of a pandemic crisis, we have assembled a group of experienced business owners, who have not only worked virtually themselves, but know how to help you get the right tools for your business and make sure that your team stays strong and connected. Join us for a powerful hit list of real-world solutions that can help your SMB go virtual, fast!All of our panelists are experts in their fields and we assure you that there will be no tech salespeople on this webinar.
What you will take away:
- Tools that you can use now
- Tips on how to implement and avoid pitfalls
- Insight on how to keep your team strong for the duration of working virtually
Ish, Founding Partner • Connector-In-Chief, sr4 Partners
Topic: Engaged People and Connected Teams
sr4 Partners helps you improve organization-wide performance through healthier leaders, more cohesive teams, a thriving culture, and an inclusive approach to change.He’s out amongst them. Helping, teaching, inspiring. Feeling what’s needed, sensing what’s missing. Fighting the good fight. Loyal to the mission and the people on the ground. We never know who’s going to decide that “Let’s call Ish” is the answer to their problem. Comes from the disciplines of appreciative storylistening and experiential learning.
In it for the journey that reroutes a life.
Did you know that loneliness shortens lifespans in a way similar to smoking 15 cigarettes a day? Ish from sr4 Partners will help you consider what you can do to keep your people engaged and your teams connected during a time of social distancing and mandatory remote work. You’ll hear the most recent research on the impact of social distancing on people and teams and receive tools and tips to keep your people engaged and your teams connected, even when they cannot physically be together.
Belia Rodriguez, Owner, Chicago Info Tech
Topic: Implementing Tools to Allow Workers to Work Remotely
Belia had a vast background in accounting, operations, executive management, sales, team building, and business administration before deciding to become an IT consultant in 2009. She felt small businesses and nonprofit organizations were not well served by bigger IT firms. Her mission is to help small businesses, nonprofit orgs, and independent charter schools overcome technology obstacles and do more with less overhead.
She is a business person first, and a technology enthusiast second. She learned the ins and outs of technology and realized she had a knack for understanding it. What makes Belia stand out is she runs a women-owned IT consulting firm, which is rare in a highly male-dominated field. But aside from that, she’s fluent in all the business languages and doesn’t speak in complicated technology to people. She takes a top down look at how organizations operate and helps make that process easier through the use of technology.
Chicago InfoTech is based in the Magnificent Mile area of Chicago but thanks to cloud technologies, they have clients across the country.
Marie Hale, CEO & co-founder, @revenue
For more than 10 years Marie revolutionized small business marketing and sales in the Chicagoland area with her private consulting practice, Lipstic Logic. Marie has taken those successful years of experience and now provides our clients with effective, innovative sales and marketing strategies that allow them to grow their business, empower their sales knowledge and utilize systems which allow them to automate or delegate accordingly so they can focus on their clients and what they do best. She is also proud to say that she graduated from Jim Rosas’ Sales Results, Inc. program with a Black Belt in Sales.
Marie was honored to accept the Midwest Women in Tech Leadership Award as well as the Expertise Award in Chicago Marketing Firm 2019 .
(Friday) 10:00 am - 11:00 am