Workplaces of the future POWER HOUR

£29.99

There is a different way, a way of balancing profitability with investment in people and wellbeing.

KPI driven rat race, burnout, significant churn as your people realise they’re not ready to sacrifice personal lives to keep meeting targets… It used to be the expected way for an ambitious startup to get off the ground and eventually succeed.

Not any more. There is a different way, a way of balancing profitability with investment in people and wellbeing. A way of structuring your company which means people are respected, trusted, and act from a place of power (not fear), while also being very clear about their accountabilities.

To anyone who pre-orders my book on paulinatenner.com/book I’m happy to offer a free 30 min consulting session to help you understand specifically what steps you need you need to take to transform your organisation’s culture and structure, email me screenshot of pre-order to [email protected]

Limited time offer, valid until 26.11.2021 when the book is published

In this masterclass you will learn

– Key principles of what it takes to build a transparent workplace
– How to create a culture of empowerment (including getting your people to set their own salaries)
– How to encourage self-management and how to recruit for self managing teams

About Paulina Tenner

Paulina is an entrepreneur, an angel investor, a TEDx speaker and a founder of GrantTree, started with a purpose to help tech startups navigate the complex world of government funding. Since 2010 the team grew organically from 2 to over 50, and raised over £200m for more than 600 technology startups and scaleups using solely government funding schemes. GrantTree is also an open culture company which pioneered a self set salary scheme, and an empowering culture governed by holacracy.
Paulina is also a seed investor and a startup mentor, who features as a keynote speaker at technology conferences worldwide. She has been interviewed by the BBC, the Financial Times, the Guardian, featured on Channel 5, in the Huffington Post, on Virginstartups.com and many more.