DistantJob Podcast
Episode 14

Cultural Mindsets and Social Entrepreneurship with Marcello Bonatto

Luis Magalhaes published on

On this episode of the DistantJob podcast, we have a conversation with Marcello Bonatto, co-founder of Re:Coded, where we talk about cultural differences, the value that remote work can bring to struggling communities, and how to set up your remote employees for success.

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

Todays’ guest, Marcello Bonatto, leads Re:Coded, a non-profit that helps people from war-torn countries learn the craft of IT and work remotely with Western enterprises, bringing value into their lives and communities.

But don’t be fooled into thinking that we’re going all touchy-feely about how remote work is helping to turn the world into a better place. There’s plenty of that, but there’s also some very practical advice about how to invest in your employees' education, and how to account for cultural differences when hiring and managing remote workers. As usual, the podcast goes into a lot of different subjects, so start listening and find out what can YOU apply to your business, today.

Want to continue the conversation with Marcello?Fin him on Twitter @marcellobonatto

And check out Re:Coded ( https://www.re-coded.com ) to learn about how you can contribute to their cause, through donations or mentorship.

As always, if you enjoy the podcast, we humbly ask that you leave a review on iTunes or your podcast syndication service of choice – and if you could share it, that would be even better!

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 - Cultural Mindsets and Social Entrepreneurship with Marcello Bonatto
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