Re-invent your leadership style to outperform in-office teams [VIDEO]

Companies must fundamentally rethink how they work.
July 1, 2021
Christine Otsuka
Tony Jamous, CEO of Oyster

Whether you’re at the C-level or simply managing a team, leaders of distributed organizations face new challenges that must be addressed with new perspectives and behaviors.

Companies of all types and sizes are now letting go of “the office” and embracing remote working because they believe in the benefits of distributed organizations. The most compelling but least understood of these benefits is increased performance, not just as individuals but as an organization.

To reach for these higher levels of performance, companies must fundamentally rethink how they work, but there has not been enough focus on the ways leaders of distributed companies need to think and act differently. Until now…

In this video, recorded during the Running Remote conference, Oyster CEO Tony Jamous offers his unique perspective as the leader of a fast-growing fully-distributed company who caters to distributed companies, and shares insights leaders can apply to their own organizations.

About Oyster

Oyster is a global employment platform designed to enable visionary HR leaders to find, hire, pay, manage, develop and take care of a thriving global workforce. It lets growing companies give valued international team members the experience they deserve, without the usual headaches and expense.

Oyster enables hiring anywhere in the world with reliable, compliant payroll, and great local benefits and perks.

About the Author

Christine Otsuka is Oyster's Director of Content. She believes the future is distributed. And the way we get there is by breaking down the geographical barriers that exist between top talent and growing companies.

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