Freelance lens: flexibility & timezone etiquette

Remoter Podcast season 2 releases Freelance lens: flexibility & timezone etiquette with Kate Nafisi of Nafisi Studios.

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As a continuation of season 1 with Andrés Cajiao and Alexander Torrenegra, Remoter continues in its second season with the opportunity to interview some remote work leaders, ranging from companies, consultants, advocates, and more, to add to Remoter’s stash of free resources and human-centered stories, enriching our educational platform about remote work.


On this recording of the Remoter podcast, we have Kate Nafisi, a product design consultant who works remotely, join the show. Kate also runs Nafisi Studio, a wood workshop alongside her husband. Her experience working with globally distributed teams stems back to her time at Facebook. She had to learn the ropes by herself the first time around but has since then taken those lessons and engraved the small details, ultimately making her a more empathetic and remote worker. Being a fluent remote team player, she’s here to share her anecdotes and do’s and don’t’s when considering timezone etiquette for colleagues who aren’t physically beside you.

This episode is part of the Remoter stories series. Access the entire transmedia story here.


Credits:

Recorded, produced, and edited by Josephine Tse.
Mixed and mastered by Stephen Stepanic.
Graphics and visuals by Valentina Castillo.
Music: Skip by OBOY (SoundStripe).

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