COVID-19: How to Support Your Clients Through Uncertainty
From adapting a remote operating procedure, to exploring how to pivot strategically and maintain revenue, to revamping 2020 business plans, they’re facing real challenges. And they may be looking to you for support.
As a company that supports businesses around the world with HR, legal, and operations matters, we know firsthand the challenges your clients are facing. We want to help you anticipate the obstacles your clients come up against, so you can be the trusted partner they turn to in uncertain times. In this webinar, we will impart both high-level strategic guidance, as well as tactical, practical advice you can take to your clients.
Here’s what we will cover:
- Business Planning: effective management through obstacles, the power of diversification, and why resilience is key for business success
- Keeping Operations Running Smoothly: how we keep thousands of people around the world informed about benefits, what we do to motivate our own team, and how we quickly shifted to 100% distributed model
- Looking Ahead: the opportunities our leadership sees for businesses to keep focusing on revenue growth, and how to approach a change in business strategy
Diane Albano has led high-performance sales teams for more than three decades, and is recognized for her strategic expertise in managing complex sales and services organizations. She has extensive international experience establishing and growing global markets, including Europe, the Middle East and Africa, Asia Pacific, and Latin America. Prior to Globalization Partners, Diane served in executive sales leadership roles at OpSec Security Inc., Ipswitch Inc., SmartBear Inc., Deltek Inc., Soundbite Communications, Workscape Inc., Fast (a subsidiary of Microsoft), and Progress Software.
Diane is passionate about leading and developing organizations to achieve success and exponential growth, all while combining fun, motivation, integrity, and inspiration.
Diane holds a Bachelor of Economics degree from the University of Massachusetts and attended the Harvard Business School Program for Management Development. Outside of work, she loves to spend time with her family, skiing, golfing, playing tennis, scuba diving, and traveling the world.
Debbie Millin formally joined Globalization Partners in May of 2016 after acting as an advisor since early 2015. With over 20 years of operational, project management, and client relationship experience in a variety of industries, Debbie’s specialization is supporting companies experiencing rapid growth scale their systems and processes. Debbie has helped grow Globalization Partners to be the No. 1 fastest growing women-led company in America, and has helped two different companies achieve the honor of No. 1 fastest-growing private company in Massachusetts — including Globalization Partners in 2017.
Just prior to joining Globalization Partners, her consulting firm, offering part-time COO services, was named in Boston Business Journal’s “Startup Watch: Five to Follow”.
Debbie serves on the Board of Directors and Executive Committee for Special Olympics of Massachusetts, as well as the Corporate Advisory Board for The Commonwealth Institute. She is a frequent speaker on topics including entrepreneurship, fast-growing companies, global expansion, and women’s leadership. She is a long-standing member of The Boston Club, and has been a member of multiple non-profit and private boards throughout her career.
Debbie graduated with honors from Bentley University, and is a life-long Massachusetts resident and Boston sports fan. An admitted coffee addict, she also enjoys a nice glass of whiskey and spending time with family and friends. She and her husband have two children, and she spends most weekends following her son’s college hockey team around the northeast.