In Series 3, we’re focusing on growth: growth of ourselves as leaders, growth of our teams, and growth of our business.
Re-hiring every time you need new skills in your organisation means you are losing knowledge and culture with turnover. Investing in continuous learning is a way to incorporate new skills into your team, and develop existing talent.
Make it Work is back for series 2: in episodes of less than 30 minutes, Karen Kirton and Lachy Gray explore what the future of work looks like, and how as leaders we need to adapt.
Since Yarno went fully remote last year, I've learnt there are two pillars critical to success: trust and communication.
In the fourth episode of Make it Work, Lachy and Karen talk about the phenomenon of mass-migration to regional areas after the normalisation of remote or hybrid working options.
In episode 3 of Make it Work, Lachy and Karen zoom in on the Hybrid working model; how it works, how it doesn't, and why it may not be for everyone.
In the second episode of Make it Work, Karen and Lachy look at how leadership styles influence workplace models - pretty topical in today's COVID-normal working environment!
The first episode of Make it Work, Karen and Lachy discuss all things workplace culture, whether you're a work-from-home-r, office-goer, or a little bit of both.
Training ensures your staff are continually developing skills and knowledge. It's an investment in the future of your company.
We've been WFH at Yarno for 9 months now. So the question is: how are we doing?
When we hired our newest CSM remotely we all breathed a sigh of relief - phew! - hard part over, right? But we'd forgotten the next, most important part: remote onboarding.
We've learnt a lot from hiring our first customer success manager fully remotely, so we thought we'd share our tips and tricks.