Posts tagged: remote-first culture

  1. Your North Star: Defining what success means to you

    Ada Lovelace was not a conventionally “successful woman,” according to the values of her time. Born in 1815, she worked with mathematician Charles Babbage on his Analytical Engine, an early mechanical computer.   Lovelace created the...

  2. Unlocking a world worth of potential with remote-first working

    During this pandemic, I have been in a somewhat unique position. I started my remote-first role as Head of Partner Business Solutions for Global Delivery around the start of lockdown when many of my usually office-based colleagues were also movi...

  3. Ensuring the long-term success of remote working

    Over the last few months, firms that had merely dabbled in flexible working – and many more that had never even considered it – have been forced out of their comfort-zone. But amidst all the chaos and uncertainty, an incredible entrepreneuri...

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