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Startup Success Series: Leading for High Performance and Wellbeing
Recording of Startup Success Series: Leading for High Performance & Wellbeing
Leading a team through changing and unpredictable conditions is no easy feat, particularly with the added transition of working from home. That's why for this week's Startup Success Series, we invited 3 experts from the startup community to share their experience of keeping the ship steady during a crisis.
For this webinar, we sat down with Kirstin Hunter, co-founder and MD of Future Super; Hugh Williams, co-founder and CEO of CS in Schools; and Kath Rau, Global People Operations Director of Culture Amp, to discuss sustaining high performance and productivity in your team; maintaining company culture whilst working from home and more. Startup Victoria's Director of Programs and Partnerships Poppy Trewhella moderates.
3:09 - Introductions
8:23 - What does a good culture look like in a virtual world?
15:58 - What should we avoid doing to avoid a toxic culture?
17:43 - How do you make sure your workforce is productive?
25:57 - Employee growth pathways advice
28:00 - How should founders and leaders be thinking about employee wellbeing?
37:15 - How as a leader can you look after your own wellbeing?
45:14 - What should founders be thinking about as the situation changes and we begin to transition back to the office?
48:57 - Advice for founders with vulnerable companies
This webinar was held as part of Startup Victoria's Startup Success Series. The Startup Success Series is a new initiative designed to provide insight and education on the topics that matter most to the founder community right now.
The Startup Success Series is supported by LaunchVic. LaunchVic is Victoria’s startup development agency. LaunchVic invests in organisations and projects that empower entrepreneurs to scale innovative companies and deliver new industry benefits to the Victorian economy. Learn more about LaunchVic: https://launchvic.org/