Leading Remote Teams (Liam Martin)

Episode # 25

Aug 9, 2023

A longtime advocate of remote work, Liam Martin practices what he preaches. His successful company and conference have 100+ staff distributed across 31 countries — and his mission is to help workers and leaders seamlessly collaborate from anywhere.

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Liam Martin is the co-founder and Chief Innovation Officer of Time Doctor, a remote-work platform. He is also the co-organizer of Running Remote, the largest conference dedicated to building and scaling remote teams.

“ Remote work is not going away. And if you think it's going away, you are at a significant tactical and strategic disadvantage. ”

Liam Martin
Liam Martin

Liam Martin is the co-founder and Chief Innovation Officer of Time Doctor, a remote-work SaaS platform that enables organizations to more efficiently and effectively manage remote staff. Operating on its own platform, the company has more than 100 workers in 31 countries.

An expert in asynchronous remote work, Liam is also the co-organizer of Running Remote, the world’s largest conference dedicated to building and scaling remote teams. Running Remote is also the title of the book he co-authored with his business partner, Rob Rawson. The book made the Wall Street Journal bestseller list in 2022.

Liam is based in Montreal, Canada.

Sharon Richmond

For more than 30 years, Sharon Richmond has partnered with C-level executives from mid-size and small, fast-growing companies who want to up-level their leadership and build companies they are proud of. Clients accelerate their leadership by embracing mindset and behavior changes, building self-awareness and self-management skills, and focusing on the three things all leaders must ensure: focus, energy, and delivery.

Sharon’s purpose as an executive coach is to help leaders 10X their impact by leveraging the power afforded by their roles to build organizations that are forces for good, both economically and socially. She also advises CEOs on shaping organization culture and leading change.

Sharon has taught leadership at Stanford GSB, where she now helps leaders increase influence, manage conflict, and prepare to build high-performing teams.

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  • Guest: Liam Martin
  • Host: Sharon Richmond
  • Producer: Cynthia Lamb
  • Executive producer: Danny Iny
  • Assembled by: Andrew Chapman
  • Audio Editor: Marvin del Rosario
  • Music soundscape: Chad Michael Snavely
  • Making our host sound great: Home Brew Audio

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