As the team at TomorrowToday works to help you deal with the current disruption, here’s some of what’s happening with our team and a few dates you may want to pencil, or pen into your diary:
1. Wine-down The Week
Join TomorrowToday Consulting for our Wine Down The Week session on Friday 15th at 16:00 exploring the topic how to use Coronavirus to Build Back Better. Register here to join us: https://bit.ly/betterbusinessfuture-19
2. Conversations With TomorrowToday Webinar Replays
Replays of all the “In conversation with the TomorrowToday team” webinars are now available from www.tomorrowtodayglobal.com/webinars.
These include conversations on critical topics for the Covid-crisis, from dealing with anxiety and parenting issues, to adaptive leadership, cultural diversity and innovation. All the webinars were free to view and share.
3. Graeme Codrington Hosts Global Experts
In May and June, Graeme Codrington has lined up a stunning series of interviews with world experts on the most important issues you and your organisations will be dealing with in the next few months. From igniting your sales force to staff engagement in a virtual environment, from communication to mindfulness, from lessons in resilience from 100+ year old companies to the role of the leader in disruptive times, Graeme and his panel of global experts has you covered. Join live if you can to be part of the conversation, or just sign up now to receive the replay to watch in your own time afterwards. See the full schedule and register at www.graemecodrington.com/webinars
Coming up in the next 7 days are:
• Reg Athwal, CEO of RTS Global Partners in Dubai, talking about 100+ year old family businesses and what we can learn from how they’ve survived, and revived (and even thrived) through major crises. 15 May, 11am Johannesburg / 1pm Dubai time: https://event.webinarjam.com/register/38/nol9lc79
• Mark Sanborn, best selling author and speaker based in Denver, Colorado, talking about his latest book, The Intention Imperative, and the power of culture, inspiration and emotion in our team engagements during a crisis. 18 May, 4pm Johannesburg / 8am Denver, CO time: https://event.webinarjam.com/register/39/548z8f3v
• And then, a very powerful one for your dairy: on 1 June, Graeme will be speaking to Helen Nicholson about Mindfulness, and why it is more important now than ever. 1 June, 3pm SA time: https://event.webinarjam.com/register/43/24929fm3
4. Some Entertaining Distractions
The team at TomorrowToday are keen to support artists and entertainers who have lost all their revenue at the moment. Not everyone is rich and famous and can do free benefit concerts from their house. So, we are profiling some of our favourites entertainers and hosting them on our platforms. Although these sessions are free to watch, we would encourage you to donate to the artists involved. Two weeks ago, we hosted Muneyi (see https://www.muneyi.com/). On 27 May, Graeme will host Conrad Koch and Chester Missing.
Tonight, Wed, 13 May at 7pm South African time, join Graeme Codrington and storyteller extraordinaire, Rob Caskie, for an hour of entertaining fireside chat and a story about lion attack survivor and explorer, Harry Wolhuter. Graeme will talk about two of his favourite wines and vineyards, and tell a story of his own about one of the most remarkable women South Africa has ever known. You can watch the livestream on Graeme’s facebook page (www.facebook.com/graeme.codrington) or log into the Zoom call:
Topic: Graeme and Rob Caskie Wine and Storytelling Hour
Time: May 13, 2020 07:00 PM Johannesburg
Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83236583049?pwd=QXJ6NEF1ZmdNOStTUitUK2w2akhDQT09
Meeting ID: 832 3658 3049Password: 368962
5. Some Important Contributions
Finally, the TomorrowToday Foundation is providing critical support to charities in South Africa at the moment. We have donated over R150,000 to feeding schemes this month. We’d love to do more. The Foundation covers all costs, so any donation you give to the Foundation goes entirely to charitable causes, and you get a tax certificate as well. It is the very best way for you to maximise your donations at this time. For more information on how to contribute, please click here http://www.tomorrowtodayglobal.com/2014/11/04/tomorrowtoday-foundation/.