Working remotely from the capital of Sichuan

If I look outside, I can see a few interesting things. A man rides a three-wheeled bicycle, cardboard stacked up on the back like a […]

Yarno Attends: Nonviolent Communication Workshop

Communication is essential to pretty much everything we do every single day in every single area of being alive. You live, you communicate. Therefore, it’s […]

Weekly Video Highlight: Tools for Anxiety and Stress at Work

Stress and anxiety in your workplace effects employees and the organization! This video teaches strategies to reduce unnecessary stress. The post Weekly Video Highlight: Tools […]

How happy employees create happy customers

Last month, I presented to the Nashville Network of Customer Experience Professionals Association (CXPA) and shared how we’ve built a remarkable place to work at […]

Taking down the hierarchy one self-managed team at a time

I’m new to Yarno. About a month. It’s been a transition. Who knew that working at a learning company would require you to learn so […]

Yarno Stories: An interview with our co-founders

‘I make the mess, he mops it up’ This is how one of our co-founders, Mark, describes both his personal and professional relationship with our […]

How flexible work can help you hold on to your sanity

When you’re a salesman, you have to go places. Talk to people. Move about. When you’re a father, you’re needed at home. Watching the kids […]

How to run better meetings with paint

At Yarno we have an unofficial rule where internal meetings are concerned – if you send the meeting invite, you have to run the meeting. […]

Try This Two-Pronged Approach For Compliance Training That Sticks

Education is always an opportunity to elicit connections, emotions and new approaches to longstanding organizational challenges. This lesson might go unheard by many, but not […]

Why we said no to VC funding

When Mark and I started full-time on Yarno in May 2016, I had no idea what I was getting myself into. I’d never run a […]

Weekly Video Highlight: Overcoming Unconscious Bias

Unconscious bias is a learned, automatic stereotype. These biases have consequences, so it's crucial to train employees to recognize them! The post Weekly Video Highlight: […]

Ensuring that Feedback Is Meaningful: Part 1

As educators, we all know the value of feedback, whether it’s for students or our own personal growth. John Hattie’s analysis of feedback found that […]

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