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3 tips on remotely managing a team

How are you staying connected? Here at Eyeonit, we are very blessed to be in an industry that allows us to keep working rain, hail and in times of chaos. We ensure our work culture stays alive with reoccurring catchup video calls using Microsoft Teams. Our amazing Operations Leader Amanda Kunkenrenken and CEO Myles McNamara have made an ongoing effort to keep communication flowing among the team with positive words and social activities like Happy Hour Drinks via video calls. We would love to hear how you are keeping positive spirits among your team during this time. Here are three tips our team has put together for working remote.

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Leadership

An Entrepreneurs Self-Contradiction: Anxiety Good & Bad

"I think we can all identify with bad anxiety as something that creates paralysing fear (from a business perspective). Bad anxiety bubbles to the surface when there isn't a clear vision, and the team are expected to meet ill-defined milestones. Lack of leadership and not putting good people in a position to succeed is the seed that germinates into bad anxiety"

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Technology

7 Reasons To Work on the Sunshine Coast

It’s no secret, the Sunshine Coast has it all - the sandy beaches, the dreamy hinterlands, the warm weather, and incredible food. It’s a popular destination for holidaymakers, and a great place to live but often gets overlooked as a top destination for business and employment opportunities. If the Sunshine Coast is not on your radar for work and business, it should be. Here are 7 reasons why.

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Technology

Attracting Digital Skills to Regional Australia

There is a critical skills shortage in the Australian Information and Communication sector. Despite the thousands of jobs in the pipeline, there is a significant shortfall in qualified candidates to fulfil the positions. Could remote working be the answer to bridge the gap and give challenged businesses the staff they need?

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