You might live in Florida and commute to Georgia, but your work team is spread over the entire planet. If bosses, co-workers, employees, customers, and vendors live in different times zones, speak different languages, and need to communicate with different equipment and protocols, what does it mean to manage relationships and resources?
- Introduction: The Communication Overhead Of Working At A Distance
- The Key Idea: Even Small Enterprises Need More And Better Communication
- Who Makes Decisions For The Entire Worknet, And How?
- How To Establish Rapport And Goodwill
- What Are The Expectations Of The Other Person And Their Office Or Team?
- Evaluate Communication, Particularly During Project Deadlines: Is This Working?
- Evaluate Technology At Least Once A Year: Is Everyone Upgrading Together?
- Improve productivity among virtual co-workers.
- Coordinate communication to lower management costs.
- Build positive workplace relationships even at a distance.
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