We’re all hungry to learn. We don’t want to lag behind, that’s why we learn fast. We aren’t afraid to make a mistake (or two) and learn from them as we grow. After all, running a business is a matter of trial and error. While we’re humble, we aren’t afraid to set high ambitions for ourselves.
We like to take matters into our own hands and claim full, end-to-end ownership of a project - from A to Z. With our can-do attitude we aren’t afraid to get our hands dirty to get the work done. In the ever-evolving SaaS space, we look for proven concepts to make sure we can quickly solve problems and implement new ideas.
At Teamleader, you can just be you. After all, who else do you need to be? No need to put on a fancy suit or pencil skirt to work. Just bring your best mood and wear your smile to work. We value each other, we rely on each other’s strengths and embrace each other’s flaws to make sure we can help everyone thrive.
In spite of the physical distance between us or difference in culture (we currently have offices in Gent, Amsterdam, Berlin, Madrid, and Milan), we make a huge effort to bridge the gap between our international colleagues. That’s why colleagues from remote offices regularly travel to our HQ in Ghent (and the other way around) for events or just to work remotely and get together. Each quarter for instance, staff members travel to our HQ to attend our quarterly fold-up meeting.
Although we’re a scale-up, we still have a strong startup mentality: we help each other out when and wherever we can. We celebrate the good, the bad, and the ugly together. We embrace change like no one else. Working hard is what defines us; a 9-to-5 mindset isn’t part of our lingo. But we get much in return: we maintain a fair work-life balance and have a lot of fun together.
At Teamleader, the world is your oyster. We love to explore new territories and travel around. With our individual, free-to-spend perks budget, employees travel to other offices or choose to attend a conference in their area of expertise. Our liaison program offers the ability to travel to other offices for an extended period of time, to stimulate knowledge sharing and mutual learning.