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In this episode, we discuss how companies can leverage international talent with what Daniel calls "people mobility". We're also discussing what HR professionals need to understand and implement to ensure a good employee experience within diverse teams. About the speaker: Daniel Zinner is HR International & Communication Consultant based in Berlin.…
 
In this episode, we are talking with Chloe MacKie, Chief Product Officer at Doozy. We're discussing the current challenges of remote work and what can be done to (re)introduce fun moments with the team- across locations and time zones. All this to battle isolation, stress, and burnout. About the speaker: Chloe MacKie is a multidisciplinary problem-…
 
In this episode, we're talking to Michael Gutman, a seasoned remote work consultant and educator. We're covering the basics of building a remote company, things to consider if you're transitioning from a traditional office, and what factors (such as leadership, culture, and more) affect the success of remote working. About the speaker: Michael Gutm…
 
Chase Warrington, Head of Business Development at Doist, one of my favourite Remote Work Companies in the world. www.doist.com This is a wide range conversation where we touch in Chase's nomadic life, working at Doist and managing remote teams. Follow us on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/26559435 Check the Digital Nomad Village: https:/…
 
Kate Smith, the Remote career coach, Founder of Wifly Nomads and The Remote Nomad, is the person who inspired and help me to start as a digital nomad. Kate has been one of the first known digital nomads and in this episode, she tells the story of how she went from a participant at Remote Year to a business leader in the Nomad space. Kate knows a LO…
 
In this episode, we're talking to Liza Mash Levin, CEO and co-founder of Gable. Liza shares what it was like to build a company during 2020 in midst of a global pandemic. She also reflects on her experience as a female founder with a background in tech. About the speaker: Liza Mash Levin is the CEO and co-founder of Gable. During her career, Liza w…
 
We had a great time chatting to Ilya, CEO & founder of VanHack, about the current trends in the tech industry, what 2021 brought when it comes to hiring and how VanHack fits into the puzzle. Tune in and enjoy! About the speaker: Featured in Fast Company, Forbes, and Time, Ilya Brotzky is the CEO and Co-Founder of VanHack, one of Canada’s leading HR…
 
In this episode, we are talking to Ido Lavi, co-founder and CEO of VirtualOffice about what changes 2020 brought when it comes to meetings and generally business. Ido shares the founding story of VirtualOffice and the way they think it will support the new normal of doing business virtually. About the speaker: Ido Lavi is the Co-Founder and CEO of …
 
I this episode, we're talking to Jamie Hurewitz, a technology attorney with 15+ years of experience advising tech startups and mature organizations. Jamie walks us through challenges and things to consider when it comes to legal and compliance matters at each stage of a business, from an early startup to a mature company. About the speaker: Jamie H…
 
In this episode, we are talking to Erin Blaskie, Director of Marketing at Fellow.app. Erin has an interesting background and she shared the overall sentiment we're feeling that sometimes remote work feels very transactional. Erin shares her views and gives advice on the best practices to leverage the remote space to nurture team collaboration and t…
 
In this episode, we talk to Theresa Sigillito Hollema who is a cultural consultant, facilitator, and author of the book Virtual Teams Across Cultures. Theresa shares her vast experience in helping teams of all sizes develop an intentional diverse culture and embrace diversity turning it to an advantage. About the speaker: Theresa Sigillito Hollema …
 
In this episode, Giulia Cian Seren, a digital marketing consultant and founder of Juicy Pickles, is sharing tips and tricks for small business owners to kick off their marketing. She's debunking the common myths around what needs to be done to increase awareness and sharing practical tips that you can do that will have a fast and positive ROI. Abou…
 
In this episode, we're talking to one of the biggest remote work advocates, Gonçalo Hall. He shares his vast experience and insights into different regions and how the remote work is shaping the future of work. About the speaker: Gonçalo Hall is a remote work consultant and evangelist who launched projects like the Remote Work Movement, Future of W…
 
In this episode, Hunter Moonshot is sharing his experience of building Yac, an audio-first app to talk to your team. Being both a founder and CMO, he has a lot of thoughts on building and marketing a product. Listen and learn about the journey of the Yac team. About the speaker: Founder & CMO at Yac, building the future of work through audio and vo…
 
In this episode, we talk to Tijana Momirov, founder of StartupSetup, about how startups can leverage the gig economy to reach efficiency and get work done. We discuss the challenges of early-stage startups, the ways in which they can overcome them to succeed, and if the future of work is going to be remote. About the speaker: Tijana Momirov is a so…
 
In this episode, Mat Rodger, Head of Operations at Konf, shares his perspective on working remotely. Work is no longer "a place you go" but "a thing you do". The work and life become interconnected as we enter the new way of working. About the speaker: Mat Rodger is Head of Operations at Konf, a brand new virtual events platform focusing on human c…
 
In this episode, we're spicing it up with two guest speakers! Rowena Hennigan and Sandra Thompson are taking us through the foundations of emotional intelligence for remote teams. Tune in to learn what you and your team can do to introduce EI practices and elevate your remote collaboration. Useful resources: Emotional Intelligence & Remote Work Web…
 
In this episode, Anja talks to Darren Bucker, co-founder and CEO of Workfrom. Darren shares his perspective on why building a resilient and caring team is essential for the overall wellbeing. We reflect on the recent changes in the way we do work due to COVID-19. About the speaker: Darren Buckner is the co-founder and CEO of Workfrom, a community-b…
 
In this episode, Anja talks to David, CEO of ScholarshipOwl. David shares his vast experience in building startups and teams across multiple countries. Being a nomad since 2016, David understands you don't need a physical space to get your best work done. What how does one manage building a team while building the product at the same time? About th…
 
In this episode, Anja talks to Marialena Savvopoulou, Compensation and Benefits Specialist at Beat. Marialena shares her perspective on challenges with designing a good employee experience in different teams- remote, hybrid, and in-office. When should onboarding start, what to do before the new hire joins and how to manage people that are working f…
 
In this episode, Magda Sowierszenko, Head of Communications at Remote-how, takes the stage to talk about what it takes to be a good remote manager, how to communicate efficiently, and what constitutes a solid company culture. About the speaker: Magda Sowierszenko is currently the Head of Communications at Remote-how. She is communications specialis…
 
Anja Simic is the head of marketing at Deel a company that offers streamlined compliance, easy onboarding and killer payments. She is also a previous Aiesec member, a student association that helps you prepare students to their future. In this wide range conversation you will learn more about Deel, Aiesec and Anja story, from University to managing…
 
In this episode, Anja talks to Sondre Rasch, co-founder and CEO of SafetyWing. Sondre shares his experience of remote work, past entrepreneurship endeavors, and building SafetyWing as a remote-first company. During the conversation, Sondre and Anja touch on different topics such as managing a team of digital nomads, when remote working is a good op…
 
In this episode, Ilana talks with Hannes Kleist about what it means to build a successful value-driven company while being remote-first. They discuss challenges, strategies, and activities that can be implemented to tighten team culture. Find out what Steve Jobs and The Queen of England have to do with it :) About the speaker: Hannes Kleist is the …
 
In this episode, Anja talks to Adam Coleman who shares his views on different team setups and reflects on the HR practices that are the most effective in a remote setting. He shares what he thinks about the new normal after COVID19 breakout and his idea of what the future of work can hold. About the speaker: Adam Coleman is the CEO and founder of H…
 
In this episode, Anja welcomes Nicolas Goldstein, Co-founder and Chief of Strategy and Innovation Officer at Talenteum. Nicolas shares his experience of growing his business by successfully completing the proof of concept in Mauricius. He gives insights into the remote workforce in Africa and how Talenteum enables talented individuals to pursue wor…
 
Kristiina is the Head of Sales at 1Office Group, a company helping entrepreneurs like myself to start their company in Estonia through the E-residency program. In this podcast you will learn everything about E-residency and why you should open a company in Estonia. Kristiina knows everything about the E-residency program and I learned a lot from he…
 
In this episode, Ilana talks to Nadia Harris-Kosior, founder of Remote Work Advocate. They discuss common challenges of the human resources department within remote companies and strategies of designing a good company culture. About the speaker: During Nadia's professional career, she has worked with a wide range of international companies - both s…
 
Tammy is the founder and CEO of Workplaceless, an international educational company focusing on helping individual and companies implement remote work. Tammy is passionate about education and learning hoe people learn. During the podcast we explored remote work and the online education world. Find out more about Workplaceless at: www.workplaceless.…
 
In this episode, Anja talks to Laurel Farrer, CEO of Distribute Consulting, and a true remote work advocate. Laurel reflects about the time 13 years ago when she had to "hide" that she doesn't have an office and highlights the differences between "then" and "now". She also discusses why building a good team culture is the foundation of a successful…
 
In this episode, Ilana hosts Manuel Pistner, CEO of Bright Solutions & founder of the Flash Hub Service. Manuel built his remote team across time zones and created a digital leadership style that fits the team's needs. He talks about why availability doesn't limit productivity and how to connect and coach your remote team to set them up for success…
 
Welcome to another episode of All Remote podcast! This time, Anja sits down with Deel's co-founder and CEO, Alex Bouaziz. They talk about how Deel started, the initial idea behind it, some memorable moments in the past year and a half. Alex also shares his vision about the future of work and how Deel can help shape that. He is challenging the idea …
 
Aaron Bolzle is Executive Director of Tulsa Remote (www.tulsaremote.com) a unique talent recruitment initiative of George Kaiser Family Foundation which has seen nearly 20,000 applications from over 150 countries and all 50 states since its inception. A Tulsa native, Aaron attended Tulsa Public Schools and graduated with honors from the prestigious…
 
In this episode, Ilana talks to Gilad Bornstein, CEO & Co-founder of Flatworld.co. Gilad shares his vast experience of working with technical talent and a team of 3,000 contractors in 100+ countries. Gilad talks about what he calls "remote work insights", how to find the right remote talent for a specific company, and how to manage them. He also ta…
 
Nadine Soyez is the founder f Virtual Team Heroes. Living currently in Germany Nadine is one of the loudest voices in the country and one of the top experts who is making sure that companies have support while implementing flexibility in their processes. Her mission is to Empower people to lead, connect and collaborate from anywhere and to unleash …
 
Welcome to the first episode of All Remote Podcast! We're beyond excited to welcome our first guest, Angelina Ebeling, founder and CEO of Acework. In this conversation, Angelina talks about what it takes for a company and an individual to be "remote-ready", how she managed to build a strong remote-fist team and overcome the managerial challenges of…
 
My guest in the podcast is Radina Nedyalkova, Psichologist, international HR specialist, certified career consultant, remote advisor and passionate traveler, also Radina is the Founder, training and Linkedin coach at Vox Advisory, a company based in Dublin but working with clients worldwide. This conversation is very interesting. You will learn: Wh…
 
Darren Chait - How to 10x Your Remote Company Culture Darren Chait is the Co-founder and COO from Hugo (https://www.hugo.team/) and also the author of the book "10x Culture".. In this episode you will learn everything about a remote company culture, how to build a positive culture and how important it is for a distributed company to have an open cu…
 
In this great interview with Mitch we talked about PORT, Proof of Required Travel and how remote work can help us fix some of the problems we face in the world like climate change. Mitch Turck consults on transportation reform and change management. His personal project, the Proof Of Required Travel Act, aims to make telecommuting a civil right und…
 
Liam Martin in the Co-Founder of TimeDoctor, Staff.com and co-organizer of the Running Remote Conference, the best conference about Remote Work in the World. In this episode we talk about the future of remote work, the impact in the economy and the impact in the companies implementing remote work. Liam is a thought leader in the remote work scene, …
 
David Abraham is the founder of Outpost coworking and coliving spaces, based in Bali and Cambodia and one of the best spaces in the world. In this podcast, David speaks about the digital nomad community, the growth of coliving spaces and the future for the coliving and coworking communities Check Outpost at https://destinationoutpost.co/ .…
 
Ignacio is the founder of Nomad City, a fantastic event in the Canary Islands about Remote Work that brings together the community in these beautiful islands, he is also the founder of Coliving & Coworking Canary Islands and the COO of The Agile Monkeys. In this episode, Ignacio Rodriguez, shares his advice about building great places to work, chan…
 
Hans Kjellby is the COO of Safety Wing, a company that is helping digital nomads all over the world with their travel insurance and has great plans for the future of work all over the world. In this conversation you will learn: - How to start a fully remote company - The future of digital nomadism - How Safety Wing is creating the future and what p…
 
Shelly is the Director of SoloWorks Cibola, the first SoloWorks Center piloted by CELab (Community Economics Lab) in 2016. Shelly has a diverse background across marketing, PR, career development, curriculum and training development, fundraising and various other fields. Her contribution to CELab is as a Principal Investigator for SoloWorks program…
 
Jordan Carroll is a coach, entrepreneur, speaker video produced and digital nomad. In the past decade, he moved more than 20 times on 4 continents. He founded multiple companies, worked for a Fortune 50 company, start-ups, and everything in between. Currently, Jordan is a coach that helps others to overcome challenges and accelerate his client's pa…
 
Brooke is currently COO and Co-founder at Workfrom. Her background is in Project Management and Front End Development. she has been living the nomadic lifestyle for 2.5 years, but originally and currently settled (for now) in Portland, Oregon. Social: @code_brooke on Twitter https://www.linkedin.com/in/brookehurford/ Find all the details and show n…
 
Brittnee Bond is the CEO of Remote Collective. She believes in challenging the status quo of how we work because she believes everyone should have access to remote work. Brittnee is a coliving and coworking consultant that has built, launched and scaled spaces for the last four years. She’s also spent the last year consulting corporates on culture …
 
Welcome to the Remote Work Movement Podcast. This episode is just a short introduction to the podcast, I am sharing with you what is the podcast all about, why having a podcast in the first place and who is my next guests. Launching this podcast is exciting, I love to share the interesting and insightful conversations I have with my guests and hope…
 
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