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I love smart passionate people creating new things!
I have changed my industry/career four times and help others to find answers within to undergo such a professional and personal transformation
I like helping founders to grow their business sustainably, focusing on their main asset - People.
During a global war for top technology talent, your success depends on getting it right the first time and better aligned with your company culture. Even if you haven't defined your culture yet, as you're "too small" and "the product is your priority", it already exists ;)
Inspired by one of the best interviews I came across about Human Capital in startups from the VC perspective.
Please share in the comments your experience working with HR advisors and what was the value for you?
#talent #humancapital # startups #hrstrategy
COVID-19 is like if humanity was grounded in our homes to give us time to reflect on our behaviours, lifestyle and the damage caused to Earth. And, to have some rest, finally, as human nature is always chasing something and we never stop.
For me personally, things were running too intense in the last three years, so I shamelessly enjoy this chance to finish everything that piled up, like my thesis and a few certifications and courses. I am much more productive now, working in my own rhythm, having enough time to rest.
What is happening in the world now has a tremendous effect on all of us, personally (I will cover in the next post) and on our business, of course.
It is a big push to move towards a more digital, efficient and remote way of working with our partners. No choice!
At the times when everything falls apart, you have a chance to rebuild everything in a new, better way!
This is a great opportunity for the founders and executives to challenge, rethink and redesign all work processes and never look back! During “business as usual” circumstances, we simply do not have time for that, so treat this as a long-needed time-sensitive intervention, which is ideal to the success of achieving organisational change.
You may also expect consumers to increasingly drive degrowth by changing their consumption patterns. Firms should think innovatively about this consumer-driven degrowth as an opportunity. Businesses that successfully do so will emerge more resilient and adaptable — instead of necessarily selling more, they will sell better and grow in a way that satisfies consumers while respecting the environment.
If you are in lockdown, focus on its positive effect! I’ve been talking to a few companies, who used this uncertainty to rebuild the tech stack and implement the features they were planning to add at the end of the year. This made their product more competitive, bringing better user experience for the clients.
Butterfly effect — we never know where the next opportunity will come from. Another company skyrocketed due to an unexpected need from the current client to reach out to the employees in China, which opened a new market opportunity and brought cash.
By the way, hold on to your cash! The length of this pandemic and its’ economic effects globally will probably last until the end of the year. Remember the five stages — denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance? Move on and get mentally prepared to embrace for impact!
Despite the difficulties in setting up remote work it has proven that its benefits far supersedes the cost with visible evidence of increased productivity, progressive workforce, employee satisfaction, reduced cost of business operations and geographical impact.
It’s not about work-life balance anymore but about integrating work into your life. Stay organised, even if you work from home — adjust your routine to the new realities. If you need more “me” time — try to find a window before everyone wakes up or when they are asleep, to keep your sanity.
How do you feel about the current time and the opportunities for your business?
What are the #futuretrends you are seeing around you?
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