the Offer with Michael Glinter

Another Lockdown - Managing Employees in the Second Phase of Remote Working w/ Nicholas Hinrichson

November 10, 2020 Michael Glinter
the Offer with Michael Glinter
Another Lockdown - Managing Employees in the Second Phase of Remote Working w/ Nicholas Hinrichson
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the Offer with Michael Glinter
Another Lockdown - Managing Employees in the Second Phase of Remote Working w/ Nicholas Hinrichson
Nov 10, 2020
Michael Glinter

Special Guest Nicholas Hinrichsen
   
Today's guest is Nicholas Hinrichsen, who got his MBA at Stanford in 2013 and started a company after graduating. Nicholas went through the startup accelerator YCombinator in 2014, raised $10M in Venture capital, and sold his business to Carvana in 2017. At Carvana, Nicholas ran a team of 160 people. He was in charge of his team when COVID hit in March, and his whole team transitioned to work from home.  Nicholas left Carvana in June to start WithClutch.com, a digital platform to refinance your auto loan. Car owners can save thousands of dollars in less than two minutes, and his new company is currently working fully remotely as well.

During the first nationwide shutdown in America History, companies had to figure out how their employees could navigate their roles while working remotely.  Many of these companies were hoping by now that we would be fully back at work and back to a new normal.  However, in light of the recent changes in the virus, many states are pushing back their openings, sending more people home, and the climate once again is changing. 

Today, Nicholas and I talk about the shift to working from home, how to navigate an organization with a remote workforce better, and ways you can maximize your productivity while keeping people safe.

Special Guest Information
Nicholas Hinrichsen
CEO of Clutch
Email:
[email protected]
LinkedIn:
https://www.linkedin.com/in/nicholas-hinrichsen/
Company Website:
withclutch.com/about-us 

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Show Notes

Special Guest Nicholas Hinrichsen
   
Today's guest is Nicholas Hinrichsen, who got his MBA at Stanford in 2013 and started a company after graduating. Nicholas went through the startup accelerator YCombinator in 2014, raised $10M in Venture capital, and sold his business to Carvana in 2017. At Carvana, Nicholas ran a team of 160 people. He was in charge of his team when COVID hit in March, and his whole team transitioned to work from home.  Nicholas left Carvana in June to start WithClutch.com, a digital platform to refinance your auto loan. Car owners can save thousands of dollars in less than two minutes, and his new company is currently working fully remotely as well.

During the first nationwide shutdown in America History, companies had to figure out how their employees could navigate their roles while working remotely.  Many of these companies were hoping by now that we would be fully back at work and back to a new normal.  However, in light of the recent changes in the virus, many states are pushing back their openings, sending more people home, and the climate once again is changing. 

Today, Nicholas and I talk about the shift to working from home, how to navigate an organization with a remote workforce better, and ways you can maximize your productivity while keeping people safe.

Special Guest Information
Nicholas Hinrichsen
CEO of Clutch
Email:
[email protected]
LinkedIn:
https://www.linkedin.com/in/nicholas-hinrichsen/
Company Website:
withclutch.com/about-us 

GLINTER SOCIAL MEDIAL AND CONTACT INFO
[email protected]  (Email)
https://www.michaelglinter.com/podcast-1   (Podcast)
http://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelglinter   (Linked In)
#MichaelAGlinter (Twitter)
http://www.facebook.com/michael.glinter (Facebook)
https://www.youtube.com/c/MichaelGlinter  (YouTube)
www.michaelglinter.com   (Website)