L&D PROGRAM JULY
We recognise at this time the need to support the business community. Our L&D Getting Ready Program has been designed specifically support business owners navigate the “L shaped recession” of 2020/21 to drive them into growth
The support program is delivered by Linzi Boyd, Darren Shirlaw, Sarah Skeats and Tim Dwyer. The objective is to guide you through the 3 phases of the recession, Shock, Recovery and Rebuild to have your business ready to drive into growth from September 2021 onwards. Together we’ll work through this supportive program so that you’re business is ready to fully optimise the trends that tell us that there will be a 10-year period of fast growth in the economy from 2022 onwards.
HOW IT WORKS
The program is designed to be intensive and collaborative in allowing you to work with a group of other business owners, it will run weekly for 18 months and we will get you ready.
The program is also designed to be supportive, each week will consist of either closed group live classrooms, deep-dive research and case study sessions and live Q&A’s. Week-by-week we will guide you through each next step in the process over the 18 months.
The program will run hour long ‘Live Classrooms’ starting 1st July 2020 at 9.00 BST / 18.00 AEST – these will be run through our online Platform BOB Earth, by subscribing to the course you will also gain access to other great features and benefits of being a member of the Earth
WHAT DO I GET
The cost per business for the program is £335 per month.– this will entitle you to 2 memberships per business to the program.
WHAT ARE THE 3 PHASES OF THE RECESSION?
- Shock Period – Apr – July 2020
- Recovery Period – July to Dec 2020
- Rebuild Period – Dec to Sept 2021
WHAT IS THE L SHAPED RECESSION?
The L shaped Recession: These come along infrequently (compared with a more normal “V” shaped recession); 1987 was the last time we had one and as of March 2020 we had the biggest one day fall in the markets since then (33 years ago). It is described as an “L” because the markets fall very quickly; usually with one day of trading losses, with a follow-on a drop of circa 30%, in the next month.