The world needs you right now.
But you may have to be as good at adapting to the environment as the little known beetle of the Namib Desert - which can extract water out of thin air.
Are you a trainer?
Companies, teams and individuals need great trainers. Your mission is to teach them skills, processes, models and techniques.
Are you a speaker or presenter?
People want wonderful speakers who can motivate, entertain and inspire.
Are you a coach?
Brilliant coaches are needed across all walks of life and business. So many individuals, teams and organisations are in need of skillful and empathetic support.
Demand is also there for consultants and other professionals who can help people to solve problems, overcome challenges and enjoy better results.
You know you have what it takes to help and deliver success but there’s a snag or two to overcome.
Face-to-face gatherings and in-person meetings may not be possible. Remote working is on the rise. Businesses are cutting back and reviewing their training, consultancy and coaching options. In a time of uncertainty they are looking for clarity.
What’s the answer?
You switch to online delivery. You work remotely. You serve your clients and customers with 100 per cent of you, just as you would if together in the room.
The time to do it is now or you risk missing out.
Microsoft Teams is the ace up your sleeve.
It’s perfect as a way to offer clients an alternative to cancelled bookings, postponements and re-scheduling.
It’s the way forward as many larger organisations have employees in multiple locations, in one country or across the globe.
It’s a trending tool as businesses offer their people increasingly flexible working - and try to do their bit for the planet.
To survive you must be able to adapt to the changing environment.
Just think of the plants and animals in the natural world. They are masters at it.
There is a species of beetle, stenocara gracilipes, which lives in the Namib Desert in Southern Africa - one of the most arid places on earth. This tiny beetle climbs to the top of the sand dunes at dawn and cleverly collects moisture from the morning fog. A life-saving ritual.
In Alaska, wood frogs take extreme measures to survive the fierce winter. They freeze more than half their body so it’s like ice. They stop breathing and their heart stops beating. In Spring, they ‘thaw out’ and come back to life.
Cuttlefish are able to escape predators and sneak up on prey by being able to change colour and texture to match their surroundings. They can sense the light around them and mimic the environment. Their three skin layers (yellow, red and brown) can be stretched in different ways to make unique colours and patterns.
They set us humans the example.
Microsoft Teams is a very powerful communications tool for online training, online talks, online presenting, online problem solving and online coaching.
Here is just some of what it allows you to do (without the need for travel, hassle or hotels):