Running Remote podcast is about building and scaling effective, remote teams.
Join us as we dive inside the minds and processes of CEOs, managers, nomads, and dynamic entrepreneurs who are building impactful businesses and organizations through this new and innovative movement. They’ve thrown out the traditional rules and business textbooks, and are actively finding new ways of organizing their teams, driving productivity, scaling their growth and making remote work work.
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When Jon VerLee created Breeze Church Management Software, he didn't realize the thrill he would get when watching his first remote employee succeed. Now with 70 employees, Jon feels tremendous honor stewarding his remote team.
Listen in as Jon describes how he on-boards his team, the strategies he deployed to increase sales and how he builds company culture. Read more at www.runningremote.com
When Springboard Retail started the process of moving their in-house team to a remote team, VP of People Jennifer Raines Loring navigated the transition with a lot of iteration, feedback and fresh ideas.
Listen in as Jennifer describes how employee feedback was the key driver in making the transition to a fully remote team a successful one. Read more at www.runningremote.com
Alex Kistenev, CEO and co-founder of Standuply, has a fully distributed team to run his business. Based in Siberia, Alex describes how he collaborates with his team through multiple timezones as well as creating better communication amongst everyone. Download the episode now and learn more at www.runningremote.com
Shauna Moran started her career at Shopify and noticed that the landscape of remote work was changing. A curious person, Shauna is very passionate about how emotional intelligence plays a big role in remote work teams.
Now, Shauna works with companies to execute on their values, creating effective company cultures and helping teams align around their goals. Download the episode and check out more at www.runningremote.com.
Al Chen was a superfan of Coda before he came onboard as a solutions architect for the company. As a founder, now a remote team member of Coda, Al tell us how remote work is helping him work for the company he loves and how the company he loves helps him work remotely. Download the episode and check out more at www.runningremote.com
Debbie Archangeles is the founder of The Offbeat Life helps people find remote work positions that work for them. Being location independent has always been very important to Debbie and she wanted to help others find the best way for them.
Listen in as Debbie tells us her journey into remote work and how she helps others. Download the episode and check out more at www.runningremote.com
Serial entrepreneur, Hiten Shah, is the co-founder of several SaaS companies including FYI, Crazy Egg, QuickSprout and KISSmetrics.
Listen in as Hiten describes how his 16 years of managing a remote team lends itself to some brilliant ways he's navigating the changing landscape of remote work. From setting expectations to defining the work environment - Hiten describes in detail his method for finding a great fit. Download the episode and check out more at www.runningremote.com
Karla Singson started college at age 15 and graduated at 19. Building several businesses, Karla has perfected her skills in hiring a remote team. Her hands off approach is what she attributes to high trust within her team. Her company helps entrepreneurs and business owners find the best remote workers in the Philippines.
Cyle comes from generations of entrepreneurs in his family - and he knew he'd follow in the same footsteps. As the founder of Your Online Advisors, Cyle is running his distributed team in a process driven way. By spending the time to create the right processes, Cyle has saved his company and team thousands of dollars and hours. Listen in as Cyle explains his methodology.
Lauren Gordon left the little midwest town she grew up in with $500 and went to Australia. She now runs a few online businesses all with a remote team. Building culture is a top priority for Lauren as her team is scattered all over the globe. Listen in as she outlines her team culture - rooted in positivity.