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Shaping the Hybrid Workforce

Shaping the Hybrid Workforce

As a Founder Catalyst, I advocate for the hybrid work model as a sustainable approach for long-term success. This model combines the best of both worlds, offering the flexibility to attract global talent while retaining the option for in-office collaboration when needed. I understand that transitioning to a hybrid model is a gradual process, tailored to the unique culture and needs of each organization.

What I Provide


Hybrid Model Adaptation

Collaborating closely with CEOs, I guide them through the nuanced transition towards an effective hybrid work model, aligning with their organization's current state and future vision.

Global Talent Access

Leveraging the hybrid model to tap into a wider talent pool, bringing diverse skills and perspectives to your organization.

Agile Organizational Planning

Advising on strategies to maintain agility, allowing for both remote and in-office arrangements to suit various functions and project phases.

Customized Hybrid Solutions

Through extensive interactions with CEOs, team leaders, and boards, I develop a hybrid work strategy that uniquely fits your organization, easing the implementation process in partnership with internal HR teams.

Leadership in Change Management

Supporting leaders in navigating the cultural and operational shifts essential for a successful transition to a hybrid workforce model.

Empower your organization with a tailored hybrid work strategy that balances global talent acquisition with the agility to adapt to changing business needs, all under my guidance as a Founder Catalyst.

What Does A Startup CEO Actually Do?

As a startup founder, you wear many hats. But what exactly does your role as “”CEO”” entail? Here are three things you need to master.

On the surface, it’s a simple question: what should a startup CEO actually do? But the simplest questions can be the hardest to answer.
You might be surprised by how many scale-up CEOs come to me seeking clarity around their role. Unlike most other positions in a company, such as ‘Product Manager’ or ‘Performance Marketer’, the answer isn’t in the job title.

CEOs have to manage expectations from above, from below, and even from within — and the sum total of these expectations is hard to comprehend, let alone meet.


Yes, I do. The topics I specialise are technology roadmap, future of AI for your business, challenges for founders, the power of blogging and so on.

I don’t conduct trainings, but I do hands-on workshops & gamified programs on specific topics I am passionate about.

No, I am a catalyst. I don’t do the work for you, I help you and your team to acquire the skills necessary to do your job better. I guide you. bring my decades of entrepreneur experience, knowledge across functions that I have picked up, and my deep technical/coding skills to the table.

I don’t. I work on guiding you to a solution to a problem statement which we will handle in the start of our engagement. There will be a per month charge for the number of months we decide to work, typically a quarter or two. We can move on to the next problem once we are done with the first.

I wish I can, but it will be in conflict of interest, so I avoid.

The initial engagement will certainly benefit from physical presence but I find remote to be productive and cost efficient. This can be complimented with offline meetings for important miletstones.

Yes.I have over 30 years of coding experience across languages and platforms. For 20+ years I am proud to be recognised annually as a Microsoft Regional Director, a Honorary title.