Are you an emerging leader who is having trouble to delegate?
In this episode, Edwin sat down with Taylan Pince, Mobile Team Lead and CEO at Hipo, an organization that helps disruptive startups and small businesses create meaningful products and services.
When Taylan is not busy growing Hipo, you can find him spending time with his four-year old daughter.
Apart from family life, he loves to read Sci-Fi books, is passionate about physical activity, and loves to tinker to hardware stuff.
Today, you will hear him delve into topics about productivity, delegation, and his future plans for Hipo.
Also, you will discover what kind of disease he caught because of too much stress and what he did about it.
In addition, listen to actionable steps he shared with Edwin regarding hiring remote team members and interns.
Lastly, find out how you can grow as a business leader by mastering the art of delegation.
Listen to this episode, and you will learn why you should delegate until it hurts.
What You Will Learn From This Episode
- Taylan’s main focus on their company now compared to eight years ago
- What’s most important when choosing a stakeholder in the business
- The biggest challenge in Taylan’s life because of a disease caused by stress
- How Taylan learn the art of effective delegation
- Taylan’s best practices on managing his remote team
- What is the key learning for Taylan in managing team members that are working remotely
- The challenges of handling a remote team and how Taylan overcome it
- How Taylan keep harmony between work and family life
- Different ways on how Taylan promote work-life balance to his team members
- How Hipo develop successful training for junior members of the company
- New York 2140 by Kim Stanley Robinson
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