How asynchronous communication will transform your remote work with Amir Salihefendic, CEO at Doist1 min read
Amir Salihefendic, CEO and founder at Doist is this week’s guest on The SaaS Revolution Show.
Doist is a remote-first, fully-bootstrapped company – and has been for 10 years. Amir shares his advice for adopting and adapting to asynchronous communication – and how that can help your team master the shift to remote work. He discusses how transparency and asynchronous work go hand-in-hand, and why written communication is a key skill for successful async communication.
Listen on to learn:
- Why Doist chose to go remote from the beginning
- How to set your team up for asynchronous communication
- How you can combat ‘Zoom fatigue’ within your team
- And Amir’s top tips for adopting remote work – both on a temporary and permanent basis
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