DistantJob Podcast
Episode 27

Balancing Focus vs Being Social, with Sharon Koifman

Luis Magalhaes published on

If you’re working hard to create a no-distraction, high focus and productivity environment for your remote employees, what does that mean for the need to socialize, to turn your team into a real family? DistantJob founder Sharon Koifman and podcast host Luis discuss their management journey in this special episode. 

Welcome to the DistantJob Podcast, a show where we interview the most successful remote leaders, picking their brains on how to build and lead remote teams who win.

Sharon Koifman believes every company, from the biggest enterprise to the newly-launched garage startup, should have access to world’s top talent. That’s why he used over 10 years of experience in tech industry recruitment & HR to create DistantJob. 

This episode is a free-flowing conversation where Luis and Sharon explore their growth as managers over the past few years, as they expanded DistantJob into a much bigger operation and tried to apply the big lessons they learned from the best leaders in the remote work space - many of whom have been interviewed in this very podcast!

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Want to continue the conversation with Sharon? Poke him on Twitter through our official account: 

https://twitter.com/distantjob

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Need that one incredible employee to bolster your team?  Get in touch at https://distantjob.com/contact/  and we’ll find you who you need.

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DistantJob Podcast - Balancing Focus vs Being Social, with Sharon Koifman
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