In this podcast episode, our guest, Lisa Tamayo, shares her experience as the CEO of Scollar and how implementing the Agile philosophy and principles has helped her manage her distributed company. She also discusses what managers should always keep in mind when leading their team.
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Visual Studio Code (VS) can be defined as a developer’s life savior. You see, developers are like magicians, they have a lot under their sleeves.
In this podcast episode, Jennifer Britton shares her experience leading and working with distributed teams for more than 16 years. She debunks many myths regarding remote work from her experiences managing teams in both face-to-face and virtual contexts. She also shares how building her organization, Potentials Realized, lead her to discover that remote leaders need to be proactive to succeed.
In this podcast episode, our guest Savannah Peterson shares the strategies she uses for achieving the right balance that makes her work efficiently but also to enjoy the things she loves the most, like tasting wine, for example. As someone who spends most of her time flying around the globe, Savannah shares her digital nomad experience and how she manages her remote team by strengthening one of the most important aspects for any company: Trust.
As a second-time guest in this podcast episode, Laura Farrer shares strategies and practical tips for those companies and managers struggling to lead their teams during COVID-19. She shares why some companies are failing to adopt a remote work policy, and what aspects these companies should change for positive results.
When you think of successful people in the tech industry, it’s probably personalities like Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, and Elon Musk who come
In this powerful podcast episode, Stefan shares the importance of creating empathy in teams, listening to their struggles, opening up, and boosting every team member to become a better version. And although in a virtual setting, developing empathy is challenging, it’s still possible. He also reveals how remote work changed Crescendo in ways he never imagined.
When it comes to remote interviews, there is a lot to discuss. Some points to clear up: 1) No, remote interviews don’t have the same
In this podcast episode, Christopher Snyder shares powerful tips for sales teams to thrive while working remotely. He also offers strategies for better organization and better management, emphasizing that leaders have a crucial role during the pandemic in guiding their teams towards achievable goals – no matter the challenges their organization is facing.