Published September 22, 2000
by McGraw-Hill .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||252|
Based on research with real-life practicing managers, The Long-Distance Leader offers nineteen rules that guide remote leaders through the most pressing challenges they face—everything from the best use of technology, to effective long-distance coaching, to achieving goals, to building trust at a distance. And even if you aren’t a long /5(28). The Distance Manager: This book shows you how to do it well. You'll learn from the experiences of a large cross-section of managers who have been in the front lines of this new managerial paradigm. But all have had to learn to handle the fundamental problem that every distance manager faces: making sure you are getting peak performance. In the Distance, to be released in October , is an oddly resonant novel that follows an immigrant whose journey across America plays manifest destiny in reverse. It is also a meditation on the urges to connect and survive at their most elemental/5. 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 : McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing.
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. Friendship between a manager and employee inherently creates a conflict of interest. Managers are responsible for evaluating the performance of their team members. They must be unbiased when providing constructive criticism, conducting performance reviews and salary negotiations, mediating conflicts, and even firing or laying off employees. Managing from a distance gets easier with experience. Building a mobile workforce, managing from a distance, and ensuring productivity are all big challenges. But the benefits are by far greater than the initial time and effort you need to put to train your mobile team. A Pragmatic Introduction to Middle Manager Fundamentals: Part 2 - Managing at a Distance. makes monitoring and managing line manager performance extremely difficult for any distance manager. Putting into practice the strategy outlined in this short-book will help middle managers be more effective in managing business units at a distance.
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