These archived NSCA webinars take on new value for business leaders battling COVID-19-related business challenges. They’re worth revisiting.
There are no silver bullets for integration company leaders tackling unprecedented business challenges related to the COVID-19 crisis. We’re working hard to create and compile content to provide you with reliable advice and resources so you can make daunting decisions.
There are also many already-existing NSCA resources that take on new value during the COVID-19 crisis. For instance, revisiting a cybersecurity webinar from late 2019 – with an eye toward newly remote employees working from home and the related cybersecurity risks – the session led by NSCA Business Accelerator Defendify takes on new meaning.
Here we’ve listed archived NSCA webinars that might be helpful to revisit amid this crisis.
Archived NSCA Webinars Worth Revisiting (Find Them Here)
Train Newly Remote Employees – Microsoft Teams and Cisco Webex
This webinar was conducted amid the COVID-19 crisis. The pandemic has forced countless individuals to work from home. Many of these employees need a primer on videoconferencing and collaboration – yes, even those who work in our industry. NSCA Business Accelerator OfficePro brings NSCA member companies’ remote employees up to speed with popular videoconferencing platforms.
The 4 Key Leadership Principles to Help Leaders, Teams, and Organizations Flourish in a Rapidly Changing Environment
When we described a “rapidly changing environment,” we didn’t envision how drastically the integration market would react to the impact of COVID-19. The timing is right for this valuable session by Stephen Kohler, professional certified leadership coach, in which he tackles four key principles that the most effective organizations use to manage and thrive during change.
Revenue By the Numbers/COVID-19 Impact on Integrators
Also conducted amid the COVID-19 crisis, we added a segment at the beginning of a recent webinar on recurring revenue to provide some general business leadership guidance as the impact of the pandemic began to evolve. Chuck Wilson’s 15-minute discussion offers valuable insight into creating a business continuity plan.
Focus on Finishing Projects – Not Funding Them
For most integration companies, cash flow and finding liquidity have never been as important as they are amid the COVID-19 crisis. This session, led by NSCA Business Accelerator Tradecycle, offers an in-depth look at the ways your integration firm can manage working capital needs.
Cybersecurity: Hear It From Your Peers!
As mentioned, many integration companies are dealing with a crop of work-from-home (WFH) employees. As such, they’re dealing with new cybersecurity concerns. NSCA Business Accelerator Defendify led a session on cybersecurity, and it’s worth revisiting – along with Defendify’s additional COVID-19-specific resources.
Now What? How to Bring your AVaaS Offer to Market
Many integration firms are getting creative and reacting to customers’ new realities. In some cases, that involves launching new services unrelated to physically working on project sites. For example, we’re hearing about NSCA member companies launching new streaming services or repackaging existing services. This session AVaaS session from Solutions360 walks through the steps related to launching these services.
“You Get What You Measure” – Managing through Metrics
Integration companies are reacting to this crisis, in some cases, by creating new processes and building new KPIs – results of a drastically changed business climate. This session dives into metrics, offering advice for companies that can’t afford not to measure the success of everything they’re doing.
How to Embrace Digital Tools to Improve Customer Experience and Service Margins
Obviously, integration firms are relying more than ever on digital tools. This session by System Surveyor nicely complements a new webinar launched in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis that explains how to conduct remote site surveys.