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The Remote Work Tribe Podcast: Devesh Khanal

In this episode of the Remote Work Tribe podcast, we chat with Devesh Khanal, Co-founder of Grow and Convert. We discuss how they successfully have managed to build an asynchronous and autonomous work culture, the way their team is structured and how they create processes to succeed.  Episode timestamps: Exciting projects Devesh is working on these days. (0:34) How is Grow and Convert team...

The Remote Work Tribe Podcast: John Yarbrough

In this episode of the Remote Work Tribe podcast, we chat with John Yarbrough, Vice President of Content and Communications at AlertMedia. In this conversation, we discuss how he successfully adapted to remote-first settings back in 2020, how to lead, listen and inspire a fully distributed team or hybrid team, and how to ensure everyone is heard.  Episode timestamps: Exciting projects John is...

The Remote Work Tribe Podcast: John Doherty

In this episode of the Remote Work Tribe podcast, we chat with John Doherty, Founder of Credo and DigitalNinja. He shares how he successfully leads two companies on a four-day workweek, his approach to hiring, the importance of delegating and trusting your team, and more.  Episode timestamps: Exciting projects John is working on these days. (0:50)WordPress developers are hard to find. (2:10)How...

The Remote Work Tribe Podcast: Jacqueline Lampert

In this episode of the Remote Work Tribe podcast, we chat with Jacqueline Lampert, Head of Marketing at Nokia Federal. She shares how she successfully leads an international team, how to foster collaboration, trust, and accountability in the workplace, the nuances of managing culturally diverse teams and conducting difficult conversations in the workplace, among many other subjects.  Episode...

The Remote Work Tribe Podcast: Geoff Roberts

In this episode of the Remote Work Tribe podcast, we chat with Geoff Roberts, Co-founder of Outseta. He shares how he has built a disruptive work culture model that allows Outseta to compete with much larger organizations, choosing to bootstrap in a VC world, the importance of meritocracy and collaboration, horizontal customer support models and much more.  Episode timestamps: What does...

The Remote Work Tribe Podcast: Joel Klettke

In this episode of the Remote Work Tribe podcast, we chat with Joel Klettke, Founder of Case Study Buddy. He shares his personal story from being a solopreneur to a company founder, how to grow a team, build a healthy culture and thrive in a competitive space.  We dive deep into many topics, such as how to grow a team, find the right leaders for your organization, the challenges and benefits...

The Remote Work Tribe Podcast: Elisa Doucette

In this episode of the Remote Work Tribe podcast, we chat with Elisa Doucette, Founder and Managing Editor of Craft Your Content. She generously shares her journey as a founder and openly shares some of the challenges of leading a company. A powerful and vulnerable episode to learn more about creating a healthy asynchronous culture where people thrive.  Episode timestamps: How is the Craft...

The Remote Work Tribe Podcast: Neel Parekh

In this episode of the Remote Work Tribe podcast, we chat with Neel Parekh, Founder & CEO at MaidThis Franchise. He generously shares his journey as an entrepreneur, his process of franchising MaidThis, growing the team abroad, and creating a healthy work culture in asynchronous settings.  Episode timestamps: What is Neel’s thought process behind wanting to franchise? (0:50)What was the...

The Remote Work Tribe Podcast: Brooklin Nash

In this episode of the Remote Work Tribe podcast, we chat with Brooklin Nash, co-founder of Beam Content. He generously shares his journey as a freelancer, what he learned on that path, and how he incorporated his learnings now running a content agency. Episode timestamps: Why start an agency? (0:50)Mindset shifts from being a freelancer to running an agency and managing a team. (2:15)What were...

The Remote Work Tribe Podcast: Ashley Sava

In this episode of the Remote Work Tribe podcast, we chat with Ashley Sava, Head of Content at Rolebot. She generously shares her journey of shifting careers (from journalism to marketing), becoming a manager, and leading content teams.   Episode timestamps: What is Ashley’s philosophy when building a content team? (1:38)What are the three to five most essential roles for a content team...