Why every business needs an ICE plan

About the Session:

Danielle Levy discusses the importance of creating an ICE (In Case of Emergency) plan for businesses, highlighting the need for organization, regular updates, and the inclusion of key information to ensure business continuity.

Main takeaways:
– Every business needs an ICE plan (In Case of Emergency) to ensure continuity and preparedness.
– Start by gathering and organizing key information, such as team members, software, and financial details.
– Regularly update and review the ICE plan to keep it relevant and effective.
– Consider blind spots and potential risks in the business and address them in the plan.
– Involve team members and seek expert advice to identify and protect intellectual property.
– An ICE plan provides peace of mind, smoother transitions during absences or emergencies, and helps maintain control and awareness of business operations.

Speaker:

Danielle Levy, Business Coach, Strategist and Founder of The Boardroom League.

Sought-after business consultant, Danielle Levy, helps online business owners expand with clarity and efficiency. After her experience in the traditional business world, Danielle took her marketing expertise and systems acumen to consulting, guiding entrepreneurs toward becoming the CEOs they were meant to be. Danielle is also the founder of The Boardroom League™, a team of experts providing bespoke business consulting and implementation services for entrepreneurs.

Sought-after business consultant, Danielle Levy, helps online business owners expand with clarity and efficiency. After her experience in the traditional business world, Danielle took her marketing expertise and systems acumen to consulting, guiding entrepreneurs toward becoming the CEOs they were meant to be. Danielle is also the founder of The Boardroom League™, a team of experts providing bespoke business consulting and implementation services for entrepreneurs.

Get Your ICE Workbook Now – Be Prepared, Be Efficient!

When we start building our business, we start as the Chief Everything Officer. We do it all. Then we hire team members and start delegating tasks as we grow. We gratefully hand off those tasks that consume our time and energy.nnWhen unexpected circumstances arise, you run the risk of losing not only your health but also your business. Whether it’s your team needing to access password-protected information or you needing to reassign tasks or handle them yourself, you need an easy-to-follow guide to stay on track.nnThat’s why I created the ICE Workbook.nnI’ve seen businesses quickly adapt and pivot when the CEO knew what they needed in place to effectively maintain their business, cross-train their team, and have an easy-to-find compilation of critical business information.nnSince then, I’ve helped my 1:1 clients make sure they had a complete ICE plan in place. Plus, think about how GLORIOUS it feels to know exactly where to find all of these critical business details without wasting time searching through folder after folder trying to remember where you filed them.nnUse Coupon Code: ICEBLOGGER to get it for free!