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Building Resilience Through The Recession
17th November, 2020 @ 10:00 am - 10:45 am
With the news that the UK is now in a recession (the first since 2009), there is an automatic concern for employers and employees alike that redundancies may be made and that staff retention could be challenging. For some businesses and employees this will be the first time they’ve had to face this prospect and it can be daunting for many reasons.
Now is the time to work with your employees and teams to build their resilience in these challenging times and to also invest in them to keep them in your company and to get the best out of them as well.
Join Rachel Mallows MBE, DL for a 30 minute introductory session to learn how The Mallows Company can help with building employees confidence, supporting mental health resilience and working with team managers to ensure that staff feel valued, appreciated and are vital to the success of the business.
This webinar is an introduction to the full ‘survival’ programme The Mallows Company can offer to your business which would would consist of 3 webinars on a selection of topics of your choice running at 3 hours each plus 1-2-1 fortnightly coaching for the SLT and monthly group sessions on Career Management for employees.
Rachel Mallows MBE, DL
Rachel Mallows MBE is a Northamptonshire businesswoman with over 30 years’ experience in delivering training, coaching, mentoring and business support. Rachel is the founder and Managing Director of The Mallows Company Limited, a Bozeat based business with a regional remit, providing careers guidance to adults and in schools; training, mentoring, project management and consultancy to SMEs and larger businesses of all sectors. In 2015, its inaugural year, Rachel was awarded the Maserati 100, which celebrated her voluntary work for new and young businesses. The Mallows Company delivers the FEAST2 programme supporting food and drink manufacturers in SEMLEP with mentoring, grants and technical assistance.
Rachel is also Director of the Weetabix Northamptonshire Food and Drink Awards (founded in 2009), Made In Northamptonshire, Positive Pathway Alliance and is Chair of Trustees of The Daylight Centre, Wellingborough which supports homeless, rough sleepers and vulnerable adults. She sits on the board of Nenescape Landscape Partnership Scheme and Northamptonshire Surprise and is Patron of The Faraway Children’s Charity.
Rachel was awarded the MBE for her services to Business and Entrepreneurship in the Queen’s 90th Birthday Honours List in 2016 and was made a Deputy Lieutenant for Northamptonshire in the same year.