Manage Smarter 41: Remote Employees – How Do You Know What’s REALLY Going On?

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Dayne Shuda is the owner of Ghost Blog Writers and a remote employee expert. His company provides blog writers and currently has a network of 60 freelance writers in the United States and several also in Canada, UK and Australia.

In this episode, Audrey, Lee and Dayne discuss:·           

  • How to test prospective employees to see if they’re equipped for remote work
  • Methods to keep communication tone understandable and workflow cohesive
  • Red flags that a remote employee is tanking
  • Establishing a company culture when your employees aren’t all in the same location

“I don’t think it’ll ever be the same as a culture and an office, but there’s little things we try to do to make everyone feel part of something”

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C. Lee Smith

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President/CEO at SalesFuel
C. Lee Smith is the President/CEO of SalesFuel - a firm he founded in 1989 with the mission to empower media sales professionals to help their advertisers make intelligent decisions on how to spend their marketing dollars. He is a graduate of Ohio University with an Executive Leadership Certificate from Cornell University. He is also one of the world's few (Jeffrey) Gitomer Certified Advisors for consultative sales.
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