Have you ever wondered how you'll stop your exciting startup from becoming a big boring corporation?
As your startup growth accelerates, you’ll start to see silos of people. It’s natural. As a founder you can use silos as a prompt to build an epic culture.
A culture of secrecy and keeping employees in silos is risky. Here are a few tactics to avoid building a (harmful) culture of secrecy in your startup.
Team diversity is about way more than fixing inequality. When you dig a bit deeper there are ground-truths that show it's a massive competitive advantage.
22% of people in remote teams have trouble unplugging from work. We present 5 tips for remote team leaders to boost productivity, and prevent burnout.
Effective company culture is a force multiplier allowing team leaders to distribute decision making. Without it even small initiatives get stuck.
Have you had a string of Zoom video conferences and felt tired, anxious or worried afterwards? That's Zoom fatigue. Fortunately there are some quick fixes.
WFH in distributed teams is challenging. People miss out on mainstays of office based interaction - coffee and gossip. Here are 4 tips to help.
Your webcam placement means people think you're looking down during a video call. This implies deception and dishonesty. Here are 5 tips to help.
Stand-ups in remote teams must adapt to an online world. If they're not speaking they're checked out. Move to text updates, and keep the video call social.
Ever wonder why successful founders say culture is the most important starting point for a startup? I didn't - to my cost. Here's the why-and-how to do it.