The Remote Revolution
Is it hard to recruit exceptional talent? Are you struggling to retain and inspire the employees you have? It’s time to rethink hiring practices and examine a revolution that allows professionals to live and work remotely around the world, trading cubicles for experiences that leave them stimulated as employees and as people.
After living and working in the corporate world for more than thirty years and launching his own successful start-up in 2010, CEO John Elston decentralized his office. He set off on a journey that allowed him to work while living around the world. Now he shares what he’s learned in The Remote Revolution and shows you how to work within this new paradigm. His real-life experiments as a location-independent professional prove that remotes can bridge work and life experiences to boost productivity, sales conversions, creativity, and more.
Prepare to take yourself and your company to the next level. With The Remote Revolution, you can transform this impending movement into an amazing opportunity.
Press & Praise
"John's captivating storytelling combined with his desire to share the benefits of leveraging the talent-packed, location-independent workforce make him the ideal spokesperson for the Remote Revolution."
"Having run businesses with a fully global footprint for the best part of two decades, I had the privilege of observing the Remote Revolution unfold before it became a 'thing.' We have the great privilege of living in a truly flat world today, with the internet connecting us to incredible opportunities - and with great cost saving - at the tip of our fingers. Talent is now truly global. We can safely scout services from the comfort of our armchair. We can all be digital nomads! This book is a great read for anyone wanting to learn more about this powerful trend."
"It's about time someone highlighted insights and benefits of harnessing the power of workforce mobility. John's book is a timely contribution in an era when many employers are wondering how to best capitalize on the capacities of a changing talent pool. As an executive utilizing a mobile workforce for more than a decade, I know the future of work is real and know that those who adapt recruitment and retention practices accordingly will outpace those who don't."