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Don’t Be a Humpty Dumpty

Is your business in danger of becoming a Humpty Dumpty during the COVID-19 Shutdown. Don’t! Join Jonathan Garber as we explore the traps and pitfalls businesses can easily fall into.

If you’re a leader and want to share your knowledge with the market, email Jonathan at [email protected]
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Transcript

Hey, Jon from Flying Chimp Media here, you know this shutdown it gets longer it gets harder but a lot of us have found ways to adapt, keep communicating, keep giving thought leadership and talking to people and this is my way of talking to you. I was talking with a thought leader last Friday at an online networking meeting and he really stressed the importance of keeping the fundamentals of your company going during the shutdown, keep doing as much business as you can safely and within the guidelines of the shut down because your employees are counting on it. Your customers are counting on it and your vendors are also counting on it. But he said something else is very important. He used the Humpty analogy. Remember the children’s story of Humpty Dumpty? Humpty Dumpty got broken into so many pieces that all the king’s horses and all the king’s men couldn’t put him back together again and so ask yourself about your business. Is it starting to look like Humpty Dumpty? If you let go of too many processes, let go of too much communication and too many employees when this shutdown ends are you really going to be able to put all the pieces back together again? That’s going to be the difference between hitting the ground running and fighting for that piece of the pie economically and finding out that all the king’s horses and all the king’s men couldn’t put your company back together again. That’s food for thought. Jon from Flying Chimp to remind you to be the community, pass the hat.

 

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