How do you know you're getting peak performance from people whom you manage at another location? How do you motivate and communicate with people who work off-site? How do you coordinate the responsibilities of virtual team? How do you lead people who don't report to you and may even work for another company? As the nature of the workplace changes, more and more managers are confronting these challenges. This is the first book that answers them."The Distance Manager" draws on the experiences of a cross-section of managers at every corporate level - men and women who themselves have been thrust into the challenging world of distance managing and who have learned to do a tough job well. Some are sales managers, some are field managers, some are production managers. They work for large Fortune 500 corporations and for small technology start-up companies. Now you can benefit from their experiences and hard-won wisdom as you discover the secrets of: inspiring and motivating individuals and teams from afar; coaching for peak performance via e-mail, the telephone, teleconferencing and videoconferencing; building a cohesive team comprised of workers in different locations; managing projects from a distance; using the Web to set up effective shared workplaces and files; leading people who don't report to you; keeping work on track and on time; and, much more!About the Author:
Kimball Fisher and Mareen Fisher are co-founders of The Fisher Group, Inc. and have worked with many Fortune 100 companies to implement high- performance management systems. They have consulted to clients in North America, Western Europe, Asia and Africa with companies such as Amoco, Apple Computers, Chevron, Corning, Delphi/Delco, Hewlett-Packard, Monsanto, Motorola, NBC, PepsiCo, Proctor and Gamble, The Port of Seattle, Shell, and Weyerhaeuser. The Fishers have trained thousands of managers. They are widely published and are popular speakers on teams, leadership and organization design. Kimball. Fisher is author of Leading Self-Directed Work Teams and co-author of Tips for Teams.
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Descripción McGraw-Hill, 2000. Estado de conservación: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Distance Managing: The Foundation Principles. The Seven Competencies of an Effective Distance Manager. Five Things The Cripple the Effectiveness of the Distance Manager. What Employees Want from a Distance Manager. Six Types of Virtual Teams. Stay Connected and Coordinated: The Dos and Don'ts. The Distance Coach: Getting Peak Performance. Distance Team Building: Building Skills in Remote Sites. Distance Training: Building Skills in Remote Sites. Bulding Trust from a Distance. Overcoming the Isolation of the Satellite Office. Managing Employees Who Work at Home. Leading People Who Don't Report to You. The Necessity of Face-to-Face Meetings. Celebrating from a Distance. The Distance Technology Handbook. Setting Up a Virtual Office: The BasicHardware and Communications Lines People Need. How to Use the Telephone. The Distance Manager's Guide to Efficient Teleconferences. Videoconferencing: Technology and Table Manners. Managing by E-mail - Without Letting It Take over Your Life. Using Web Tools: Effective Shared Workplaces and Files. Web Conferencing: Working with Whiteboards and Web Meetings. The Distance Manager in Action. The Distance Sales Manager at Xerox. The Distance Project Manager at International Paper. The Distance Product Development Manager at Hewlett-Packard. The Distance Senior Manager at Weyerhaeuser. Nº de ref. de la librería ABE_book_new_0071360654
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Descripción McGraw-Hill. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Hardcover. 252 pages. Dimensions: 9.1in. x 6.0in. x 0.9in.Global business demands and new technologies have created a virtual workplace for many companies, with employees and teams routinely collaborating from distant geographical locations on the road, from home, at client siteseven on the other side of the globe. The Distance Manager provides practical information and tools to help managers bridge the communication gaps created by geographical separation, and get peak performance from employees they rarely see. This handbook is perfect for sales managers, project team leaders, senior managers, and anyone who manages people at more than one location. Key topics include: Using e-mail, teleconferencing, and videoconferencing for maximum effectiveness Mastering the people skills required to manage from a distance Virtual team building, and strategies for managing multiple locations This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Hardcover. Nº de ref. de la librería 9780071360654