Meetings get a bad rap—for a good reason. They never start on time. Someone always dominates the conversation. Discussions inevitably go off-track. People start tracing their hands in their notebooks. And almost always, the meeting could've been an email.
01.09.20 02:23 PM - Comment(s)
It’s been five months now and the vast majority of traditional office-based businesses have proven to themselves – and the rest of the world – that remote work is not only possible but that it’s probably the face of the future workforce.
06.08.20 10:01 AM - Comment(s)
For virtual work to be successful – both for employees and their employers – one crucial factor has to be non-negotiable: Virtual employees need to have great working relationships with their team.
30.07.20 12:38 PM - Comment(s)
For virtual work to be successful – both for employees and their employers – one crucial factor has to be non-negotiable: Virtual employees need to have great working relationships with their team.
16.07.20 11:58 AM - Comment(s)
Pointer Remote Founder and Managing Directer, Jo Palmer features on ABC News talking all things remote work and regional Australia.
17.06.20 08:49 AM - Comment(s)
For virtual work to be successful – both for employees and their employers – one crucial factor has to be non-negotiable: Virtual employees need to have great working relationships with their team.
15.06.20 08:51 AM - Comment(s)
For virtual work to be successful – both for employees and their employers – one crucial factor has to be non-negotiable: Virtual employees need to have great working relationships with their team.
15.06.20 07:52 AM - Comment(s)
If you want your company to lead from the front, change is inevitable. An organisation’s ability to stay nimble is key to its potential for innovation, scale and growth.
15.06.20 07:28 AM - Comment(s)
This is the cornerstone of every organisation. The holy grail to relationship success. The yin to profitability yang. And interestingly, not the same thing as talking. We all know someone who loves to talk but isn’t a great communicator.
15.06.20 07:21 AM - Comment(s)
Disrupted operations and fragmented environments that have scattered the workforce are creating a very different dynamic for leaders. It’s raised the bar, compelling you as a leader to adopt a more personal style of management.
11.06.20 01:08 PM - Comment(s)
You reach the end of your workday and glance down at your (now coffee-stained) to-do list. You’re immediately overcome with frustration as you realise that barely half of the items are checked off. Seriously, what happened? You were here for eight hours, so why didn’t you get more accomplished?
11.06.20 11:49 AM - Comment(s)
If there's one thing high-performing teams are built on, it's effective communication. It doesn't matter how disruptive your technology is or how grand a vision you hold — if your team doesn't communicate well, you're going to be fighting an uphill battle.
04.06.20 03:27 PM - Comment(s)
From the team at Yonder We love delving into organisational behavior and the psychology of work. A few months ago, we were discussing some remote work personality types and came up with some of our own!
04.06.20 02:56 PM - Comment(s)
By now, you’ve probably heard several times that communication is crucial in remote teams. And it’s easy to understand why. It’s the only thing that makes a virtual team. Without messages and meetings with each other, we’re just a bunch of strangers that happen to be working toward the same goal.
04.06.20 10:42 AM - Comment(s)
In co-located companies, team culture is often organic and subconscious. It develops naturally as your team spends days and weeks together and finds common habits, traits, and opinions that they share. In turn, these turn into a unified vibe and mission… or in other words, your company culture.
04.06.20 10:07 AM - Comment(s)
When it comes to remote teams, culture is a huge topic. Common knowledge suggests that co-located teams have an easier time building culture compared to remote teams.
04.06.20 09:14 AM - Comment(s)
Some of the benefits associated with telecommuting remote work include: reduced stress, increases employee retention, reduced costs for employers, and guess what – improved productivity.
03.06.20 01:01 PM - Comment(s)
"These days, and following Covid19, people everywhere are assessing their living choices and lifestyle, and making the change to country and rural living, above the over-populated and fast pace of our cities."
29.05.20 11:16 AM - Comment(s)
Here’s the question: Should you hire remote workers? Or perhaps an even more profound question: Should you give your current employees the ability to work from wherever they want?
27.05.20 01:33 PM - Comment(s)
With remote work now commonplace, there's a few buzzwords popping up more regularly in conversation. Get up with the lingo here!
27.05.20 10:42 AM - Comment(s)