Remote Business Expert Sharon Koifman Shows How in His New Book, Surviving Remote Work!
Los Angeles, CA – Sharon Koifman, a visionary and expert in building and leading remote businesses, launches his first book, Surviving Remote Work, on November 17th, 2020. Releasing in in the midst of COVID-19 to help businesses and employees thrive in this new environment, the book is based on the author’s twenty-years of experience of running companies remotely.
Surviving Remote Work is a practical manual of tried-and-tested strategies and tools to help companies thrive with remote work. Surviving Remote Work aims to help everyone avoid costly mistakes and make working from home possible. Managers and leaders will learn practical solutions to roadblocks many face when switching over to remote work or starting from scratch. Koifman explains how to improve morale and ooze productivity while maintaining a positive working environment. Workers will find expert advice about working from home while juggling all of life’s distractions.
Sharon Koifman also emphasizes the major role the company culture plays in connecting people and boosting the employees’ morale whether they’re introverts or extroverts. Sharon delves into building a culture and why is it so important for a remote team.
Koifman, who believes that working from home is more productive than working in an office setting, wrote his book while being a stay-at-home dad. He understands the struggles many parents face and shows how to not only get your work done with your children and significant other around, but have fun doing it.
Surviving Remote Work takes on a complex subject, with a fun, casual tone rare in management books—making it incredibly refreshing and easy to read. The book is available for pre-order on Amazon.
Ebook Price: $9.99
About the Author
Sharon Koifman is obsessed with remote management. Born into an entrepreneurial family and heavily inspired by his father, he built businesses from his own computer for the past 20 years. During this time, he learned how to create an amazing work culture, one where people love to come to work.
These days Sharon runs DistantJob, a unique recruitment agency geared specifically for finding full-time remote employees who work from all over the world. He’s been working tirelessly to promote remote work. The key difference in his approach is that he wants to show how remote work benefits businesses and how easy it is to make the transition with few proper technics. Sharon’s argument is that remote work also benefits companies and their bottom line. He believes companies who adopt remote work can be leaner, less expensive, more environmentally friendly, and have access to better and more productive people, faster.