“Survive and Thrive in a Crisis”
Workshop Commences 5.30pm – 6.30pm followed by complimentary F&B
Workshop titled “Survive and Thrive in a Crisis” is based on the “Business in Mind” research project
developed by the University of Tasmania, the Menzies Research Institute and Griffith
University - funded by the Australian Research Council, Beyond Blue and Work Cover
Tasmania and supported by the Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
The workshop includes interactive cash burn calculators, an introduction to the Ansoff
matrix and an online Work-Life balance questionnaire for participants to understand their
The workshop will be delivered professionally and include Audio Visual and instructional
information. It is estimated that the session will be delivered over a minimum duration
of one hour and include a question and answer session to follow.
Business and personal resilience in a crisis requires more than just good luck. Learning how to “Survive and Thrive
in a Crisis” is a strategic approach that must be understood before, during and after a crisis.
The proposed event covers both business and personal resilience strategies and a takeaway
workbook for attendees to refer to when a crisis occurs.
Following a protracted drought, a mouse plague, damaging floods and the COVID-19
pandemic businesses in the Tamworth region are naturally aware of crisis but the Chamber
has identified the need for learned understanding of resilience methodologies and not just
relying on luck as a strategy.
The ability to know when to pivot and how this might impact a
business and a personal work/life balance will be the objective of the event.