11 May Episode 75: Is Remote Work the Key to a Sustainable Future?
How we work impacts many things including the environment and equity and income distribution as welI and there are indications that moving more work remote could help us achieve our societal goals. To discuss why remote work could have so many spin-off benefits, Linda Nazareth is joined on this episode by Chase Warrington, Head of Remote at Doist.
Head of Remote, Doist
Chase Warrington is the Head of Remote at Doist, a pioneer of distributed work that specializes in productivity software. Doist created the award-winning task management app Todoist, and Twist, the first team messaging app designed for async work. Collectively, Doist supports 25 million people globally to stay organized and productive.
Chase is responsible for developing and executing Doist’s remote work strategy, co-located events, and advocating for the future of work on behalf of the company. His work has led him to be recognized as a leader in the 2022 Remote Influencer Report and a 2022 LinkedIn Top Voice for Remote Work. He has worked remotely for over 12 years, as one of Doist’s 100 employees in 35 countries. He is a regular contributor, instructor, and consultant to many of the leading remote work organizations and publications, as well as the host of his own podcast, About Abroad.
Chase is currently based in Spain and is fluent in English and conversational in Spanish. When not nerding out about remote work, he loves traveling in his campervan, spending time in the mountains, and taking his husky pup on a jog from time to time.