Operational Health & why it’s more important now than ever

19th June 2020

Whilst often overlooked for its more glitzy, good time cousins, Operations is the driving engine for business performance, achieving growth, diversification or simply survival in turbulent times.

Covid, in its wild merciless shake up, has altered the business landscape at speed, exposing the internal workings of organisations whilst providing new opportunities to adapt.

As we start to emerge into a new world, those businesses with robust operational frameworks will be better placed to take advantage of this, enabling them to survive and thrive.

Join us on Tuesday 30th June (11am – 12 noon) for a round-table with Charlotte Lavender, Operational Consultant and Director of The Lavender Partnership to hear and discuss how Covid-19 has brought operations into sharper focus and the opportunities it opens up for businesses.

What the Roundtable will cover

  • how a forensic understanding of your business operations allows you to pivot at speed and the costly implications over overlooking ops
  • the positive strategic and cultural shift that Covid has accelerated in business and how to capitalise on the huge opportunity this brings
  • Top line best practice across performance, comms, people and products/services 

Suitable for

Owners, MDs or senior directors of businesses with more than 10 employees.  Numbers are limited to allow for a productive discussion.

This session is available to Bristol Media members only.

To book

Please book via Eventbrite.  

Whilst this is a free event, we’d be grateful if members would consider making a donation.

Although some of our members have been unaffected by COVID-19, we recognise for others this is still challenging business climate so we want to do what we can to support. As many will know, Bristol Media operates as a not-for-profit Community Interest Company and revenue comes solely from membership fees and events. We receive no other funding or financial support. We’re hopeful that the donation approach will allow all members to continue accessing our events whatever their financial situation whilst also allowing us to replace some of the revenue we’ve lost over recent months. All our speakers, give their time and expertise voluntarily.

Thank you for your continued backing and we hope that you’ll be able to support this approach and look forward to being able to deliver a series of worthwhile events that our members enjoy and importantly find beneficial to their businesses.

About Charlotte

Charlotte advises successful organisations on how to reach their next stage of growth, through operational excellence, identifying the pain points and implementing change to unlock revenue & unleash talent.  Prior to setting up the Lavender Partnership, she spent 20 years  in both independent and network agencies including BBH, Grey and Ogilvy. Most recently she was Chief Operating Officer at Publicis before moving to Bristol last year. She’s advised clients such as Heineken, Amex and Ford on digital transformation and creating the right business models for success and as MD of an integrated agency, has first hand experience of remodelling agencies both large and small. 


About Bristol Creative Industries

Bristol Creative Industries is the membership network that supports the region's creative sector to learn, grow and connect, driven by the common belief that we can achieve more collectively than alone. 

Related articles

What the government's 2023 Budget means for the creative industries

What the government's 2023 Budget means for the creative industries

Gardens Illustrated Magazine 30th Birthday Event

Gardens Illustrated Magazine 30th Birthday Event

Press Releases – when is the best time to pitch?

Press Releases – when is the best time to pitch?