“I now define company culture as the way it feels when I walk in the door, and the way it feels to leave at the end of the day,” – Author Kristen Hadeed.
As far as company culture goes, you can’t get much simpler and authentic than the above sentence.
Great leaders have a common quality, they are (usually) great communicators. This is an area where Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) can help a great deal. Q&A with Effie Kyrikakis: How NLP can boost leadership skills was last modified: June 26th, 2019 by Konstantina Ferentinou
It’s difficult to find a quote to sum up the fascinating relationship between language and culture. The bottom line, though, is learning. Forever. And as we know, entrepreneurs dig lifelong learning Iberian adventures: what we discovered about lifelong learning in Spain was last modified: June 6th, 2019 by Konstantina Ferentinou
Well-being at work. It’s one of our key goals, both for ourselves internally and our portfolio companies. And our very own running team is continuing to focus on what has become a great habit – running, and running.
There’s the Oscars and then there’s the Vtripper Award. Yes, I kid you not. Well, maybe I do, a little. But our very own version of the world’s greatest awards has its own place in tech startup history.
When does networking become not working? An interesting question that really bothers me as the number of conferences, forums, seminars and workshops devoted to startups and entrepreneurship continue to grow.
Keep on running. That’s one of our many mantras, especially among the Starttech runners crowd within the company.
The Athens Classic Marathon: A test of endurance, which makes you question everything. Your self-belief, your stamina, your psychology, and your body.
Working in or running a startup can be a demanding and draining experience, on both body and mind. The danger of burn-out is clear and present. This is why personal well-being should always be a top priority.
What if I told you that having a side hustle can boost your productivity and performance in your “day job”? If I’m guessing right, you might find that hard to believe. After all, isn’t the idea of a side hustle to eventually quit your main job and turn it into your own little – or big – startup?