What’s a good blueprint for remote managers to follow if they want to delegate more responsibility and help their team members grow? How does a star manager solve team conflict and deal with the “brilliant jerk” scenario? Buffer’s VP of Engineering, Katie Womersley, talks to us about her management philosophy.
Author: Luis Magalhaes
Welcome to the DistantJob Podcast, a show where we interview the top remote leaders, picking their brains on how to build and lead remote teams
Do leaders need to hold themselves to a higher standard in written communication? How can you make sure everyone on a team is making their ideas heard? Christian McCarrick shares his experience as the VP of Engineering at globally distributed Autho0 in this week’s episode of the DistantJob Podcast
What does it look like when a company is naturally born remote? Gonçalo Silva, the CTO at Doist – makers of Todoist and Twist – tells us about this, how it influenced his career path, hiring approach, and much more in this week’s episode of the DistantJob Podcast
On this episode of the DistantJob podcast, we have a conversation with Marcello Bonatto, co-founder of Re:Coded, where we talk about cultural differences, the value that remote work can bring to struggling communities, and how to set up your remote employees for success.
On this episode of the DistantJob Podcast, we’re proud to present Victoria Haidamus, Product Manager at Officeless and Startae.
Episode 09 – In this episode of the DistantJob podcast, we talk to Nassim Kammah. Nassim works at Mailchimp as their Engineering Manager, and is at the cutting edge of the conversation about remote leadership and working with a hybrid remote/co-located company.
In this episode of the DistantJob podcast, we talk to Marcus Wermuth. Marcus, who is Lead Mobile Developer at Buffer, writes about and delivers talks on how to lead remote teams.
On this podcast, Joel Martinez, a senior developer at Microsoft, talks to us about how to spot when teams are or aren’t ready to work remotely, creating the conditions for focused work, being flexible with tools, and ultimately, building people, not kingdoms.
In this episode of the StaffITRight podcast, we talk to Laurel Farrer. We cover a wide range of topics during our conversation, including good stand-ups and bad stand-ups, how to be a leader instead of a boss, how to figure out if the remote approach is working for your business and specific conversation scripts that you can use to make clear to your remote employees what are your expectations of their work.