EP023: Remote Management, Guest Sharon Koifman, Distant Job President
In this episode of Remote Pathways podcast we welcome Sharon Koifman, Distant Job President, to discuss Remote Management. Sharon Koifman is obsessed with remote management. Over nearly two decades of experience running three companies - and doing so 100% from his computer - Sharon has studied and researched not only how to operate remote businesses but how to create an amazing work culture, one where people love to come to work.
In this episode we explore:
- Sharon's experience in managing remote teams
- Why you need a solid 3 months to adjust to your remote experience
- Importance of paying attention to your team on an emotional level
- Consistency is paramount in remote management
- Soft skills are just as important in the remote space
- How you get people connected with each other and the company
The Remote Pathways podcast is co-hosted by Jennifer Britton and Michelle Mullins. It is based on the writing of Jennifer Britton, author of Remote Pathways.
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