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Rebecca Crowe
By Rebecca Crowe/ March 29, 2019

Want To Supercharge Slack? Just Add Wundamail

Slack is one of the most prevalent communication tools worldwide, and there’s a reason why it’s such a popular choice. Working in real-time, it works to accelerate group dialogue and creates a space for collaborating, chatting and sharing ideas. It frees up valuable email space and allows a space for informal “water cooler” style chat , uniting multiple teams and remote workers alike. Slack has got talking down to a tee. 

Caroline Welsh
By Caroline Welsh/ February 22, 2019

Introducing: The Wundamail Partner Programme

Business as we know it is being fundamentally reshaped. Every day, the principles of technology, software and globalisation dissolve, mutate and evolve at breathtaking speed. Amidst this extreme fluctuation and instability, simple communication software has become imperative to team performance. Real-time ‘chats’ and social networks have lost their charm, and evidence suggests that businesses are choosing to invest in in software with structure. Enter Wundamail: simple team management software that provides leaders with the insight they need to succeed.

Rebecca Crowe
By Rebecca Crowe/ February 11, 2019

Prime Your Productivity

It’s the keyword to end all keywords: productivity. Whether it’s your current productivity levels, how you personally can improve it, or how your team can be more productive day-to-day, it’s a vital part of any business.

Rebecca Crowe
By Rebecca Crowe/ February 4, 2019

Can Bosses Work From Home?

It’s a scene we all know well; all the team members are packing up to go home and the boss is still furiously tapping away in their office, where they’ll still be for several hours if the timestamps on your morning emails are anything to go by. On the whole, bosses should be the first one in and the last one out of the office, so what happens if your manager decides to work from home? Or can they even work from home? Let’s find out.

Rebecca Crowe
By Rebecca Crowe/ January 28, 2019

What Makes Leaders Inspirational To People?

Despite what might be going on in world politics right now, the people who we look up to as leaders tend to be people that we admire and, in the most part, who inspire us. This might be by inspiring us to be better experts in our fields or just by them showing us what is possible for us in the future. But what is it in particular that makes leaders have that inspirational spark that keeps us coming back for more? Let’s have a look.

Rebecca Crowe
By Rebecca Crowe/ January 21, 2019

How To Be A Nurturing Boss In A High Pressure Environment

In our “What Type of Manager Are You?” series, we’re looking at the struggles that different kinds of managers face, whether you’re a nurturer, a cheerleader, or a monitor, and how you can best overcome those problems in line with your management style.

Rebecca Crowe
By Rebecca Crowe/ January 14, 2019

Partner Profile: John Fairbrother

Business as we know it is being fundamentally reshaped. Every day, the principles of technology, software and globalisation dissolve, mutate and evolve at breathtaking speed. As a result, simple communication software has become imperative to team management. Enter Wundamail: a simple, daily email that powers true behavioural change within teams.

Rebecca Crowe
By Rebecca Crowe/ January 14, 2019

How To Be A Cheerleader In Difficult Times

In our “What Type of Manager Are You?” series, we’re looking at the struggles that different kinds of managers face, whether you’re a nurturer, a cheerleader, or a monitor, and how you can best overcome those problems in line with your management style.

Rebecca Crowe
By Rebecca Crowe/ January 7, 2019

How To Be A Monitoring Boss Without Being Overbearing

In our “What Type of Manager Are You?” series, we’re looking at the struggles that different kinds of managers face, whether you’re a nurturer, a cheerleader, or a monitor, and how you can best overcome those problems in line with your management style.

Paul Fitzgerald
By Paul Fitzgerald/ December 18, 2018

Music in work, turn it up or turn it off?

I was sat drinking coffee in the co-working space the other day, staring out of the window, idly watching the reflection of the sunlight on the river outside. Miles away. At least, I wish I was. Out of the corner of my eye, I caught sight of someone coming in carrying a bag from a record store. He’d been on a vinyl shopping trip on his way in. The sight of this distracted my from my distraction, stirring and spiking my interest. I can’t help myself. I had to ask what he’d bought.