Santi Castro on how to build trust within your remote team.

Written by Santiago Castro
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Hi there, welcome to Jobsity’s first podcast! We are really excited to share this with all of you and we really hope you find our content useful and insightful.


Today, we would like to share with you some insights from our COO, Santi Castro, about how he manages his remote team and has created a culture of trust and transparency.


In this episode, he shares four key recommendations every team leader could use to build a culture of trust within their remote teams. Nowadays we are all adapting to this “new normal” so we wanted to share some tips that have guided Jobsity to be a remote company and become experts in that area.


We hope you find this helpful as you work through adapting to the new reality in which the entire world is going through. If you need more information about this topic, we invite you to read the blog posts about it "From On-Site to Out-of-Sight: How to Build Trust in the Remote Workplace"

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With over +16 years of experience in the technology and software industry and +12 of those years at Jobsity, Santi has performed a variety of roles including UX/UI web designer, senior front-end developer, technical project manager, and account manager. Wearing all of these hats has provided him with a wide range of expertise and the ability to manage teams, create solutions, and understand industry needs. At present, he runs the Operations Department at Jobsity, creating a high-level strategy for the company's success and leading a team of more than 400 professionals in their work on major projects.