As large swaths of the population continue to work remotely amid the pandemic, many for the first time, Jason Fried believes the new professional settings aren't a hindrance to managers or business owners. Rather, the co-founder and CEO of remote software company Basecamp believes remote employees produce better quality work. 

On Wednesday, at 1 p.m. ET, join Fried for this latest installment of Inc.'s Real Talk Business Reboot--Understanding the New World of Work. In addition to tactical tips for how to work with clients you've never met face-to-face and manage people who work too hard, he'll share insight on how the current crisis is exposing shortcomings in conventional workplaces and new opportunities for professional creativity.

Fried, a longtime columnist for Inc. magazine, has been running an all-remote team for 20 years and is a best-selling author of several books including Rework, Remote: Office Not Required, and It Doesn't Have to Be Crazy at Work. It's free, so register soon because space is limited. 

Tune in on Wednesday to hear what Fried has to say about managing a remote team and how to make the most of this change in workplaces.