Here’s my much-anticipated interview with the CEO of Panda Strike, Dan Yoder.
He has over thirty years of experience in all aspects of the software business, ranging from building teams to distributed architecture to business development. Dan also has nearly a decade of experience in building and leading remote development teams.
He believes that diversity and inclusivity in technology is a strength and a moral imperative and in this wide-ranging interview you’ll discover he’s POV on team building and how to overcome challenges to thrive in the remote world.
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Please remember, I want to try to take your focus away from the ‘noise’ online and the Coronavirus news cycle …
Here’s what I have in mind…
👉1. I’ll be posting a back catalogue of video interviews – with CEOs and leaders from remote / distributed teams and beyond – on the Remote Work Life website .. coming soon here
👉2. I’m considering starting a support group for work from home professionals so we can support one another, run Q and A sessions and just have conversations (if there’s enough interest)
👉3. I’ll be posting content via the hashtag #remotebuttogether to keep you informed on interviews from bonafide remote leaders
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> 30 Guests so far including
Steli Efti CEO Close.com, Nick Francis CEO, Help Scout, Sarah Park President Meet Edgar, Darcy Boles, Head Of Employee Experience, Tax Jar, Michelle Dale, CEO Virtual Miss Friday
How to build a remote work life in tech or marketing, making money while working online from anywhere, finding legitimate remote work opportunities, how to build a business in tech or marketing.
About the Host
I’m a Hiring strategist, Digital Marketer, Mentor to marketing and tech professionals and family man and I want to share all I’ve learned about remote work over the last 10 years. I launched my first remote venture back in 2009 when I created a career development portal that attracted advertising clients such as Sony, BBC, MI5 and The National Archive and helped hundreds of job seekers with their career choices. And I’ve mentored marketing and hiring teams while consulting for companies such as Sun Life Insurance, Viking River Cruises and Allen and Overy to name a few