How asynchronous communication will transform your remote work with Amir Salihefendic, CEO at Doist1 min read

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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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