During this podcast episode, Lisa Foley shares insights on her professional journey from a background in psychology to being the CMO at Marketplace Superheroes. She reveals that passion is a key ingredient to being successful in any type of environment, whether remote or not.
Maya Middlemiss has been working remotely for 20 years, and she has learned the dos and don’ts of remote work. During this podcast episode, she shares interesting insights, both for employees and leaders, about remote work. She also helps remote managers to take ownership in their roles by helping them understand that being a good leader is about trust, not control.
Sarah Aviram is an expert in understanding what makes employees, whether remote or not, thrive at their jobs. After extensive research and one year traveling as a digital nomad, she understood that it’s not necessarily about working remotely or working at an office. One of the most important factors is to do a job you love. During this podcast episode, she shares insights on her research, and she also reveals the three key motivators to succeed while working remotely.
In this podcast episode, Stephen Sommers explains in-depth why ownership is fundamental in any business. He shares, from his experience, why encouraging ownership and helping employees developing it changes the team’s dynamics for the better. He also shares valuable insights in diverse subjects such as culture, remote hiring, and tips for remote leaders.
During this podcast episode, Anne Bibb shares valuable insights on how the current debate should not be whether to shift towards a fully remote organization vs. going back to the office. Business leaders should reflect upon where their employees work at best? And base their decision on their employee’s needs.
How to measure accountability in the remote workplace? This is one of the most common questions from new remote leaders who are not sure how to deal with their teams virtually. During this podcast episode, Erica McMannes shares how accountability is based on trust. She also reveals insights about the truth of leading remote teams and how hiring remotely has made her business successful.
During this podcast episode, Stephanie Lee shares how having a diverse path experience helped her perform successfully in her current role. She also reveals how to make remote work more meaningful and how you can connect with your team members successfully with the right tools.
During this podcast episode, Sara Magnabosco reveals how to manage a remote team being a digital nomad and, more importantly, how to create a sense of community among team members that live in different parts of the world.
During this podcast episode, Bretton Putter smashes one of the most common myths regarding remote hiring. Usually, companies look for ‘culture fit’ when interviewing candidates. However, Bretton says that looking for such quality is impossible and that companies instead should hire for values.