How to scale up and ensure the wellbeing of fast growing startup teams

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Join our next live webinar for Step Up members with Nic Newman (Emerge) Lawrie Phipps (Jisc) and Piers Palmer (Kyan)

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The last three months have seen unprecedented changes in the workplace for the majority of organisations. Having the ability and flexibility to respond to changes in order to best serve your staff has always been important, and it is now more than ever. For startups that continue to see growth, we wanted to share some expert knowledge on how best to scale teams remotely to ensure success and the wellbeing of your staff.

Join Lawrie Phipps, Jisc’s Senior Research Lead, who will be sharing insight and best practice from his research in social connectivity and the wider scale implementation of independent working at institutions, including aligning cultural change at individual, departmental and institutional levels, and deploying proven technologies to develop a resilient, workable and high quality scheme for staff.

We are also pleased to welcome Piers Palmer, Kyan’s Director of People and Culture, who will be discussing how Kyan have made the shift to a remote-first working model and what they have tried to keep the business productive, the culture strong and the team supported.

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We’d like to use this as an opportunity for you to share your experiences, top tips and best practice with the Step Up community. If you have still been able to successfully scale your teams remotely, we’d like to invite some of you to present your approaches in the session. Submit your suggestions and examples to edtech@jisc.ac.uk by Monday 27 July, in order to inform the discussion and further open up the conversation.

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