Influencing Virtual Teams: 17 Tactics That Get Things Done



10 thoughts on “Influencing Virtual Teams: 17 Tactics That Get Things Done with Your Remote Employees

  1. Denis Vasilev Denis Vasilev says:

    , ,


  2. Eugene Eugene says:

    nice and short handbook to start with virtual teams Most of tips are about the communication, writing, scheduling Some tips like the tip to over communicate with your team may be questioned especially if you work with remote engineers


  3. Vladimir Vladimir says:

    Pretty basicI do understand that they could not be a magic bullet on the topic but I still think that all the book can be even shorter 1 blog post max


  4. Bryn Bryn says:

    As advertised, this book is short super short and to the point This is a step by step guide on how to run meetings and to ensure compliance in your employees This is the Slytherin textbook for managing.


  5. Kristin Kristin says:

    Pros The tactics are certainly useful and applicable And in my current role, I will definitely apply them, I believe they will give me good results As far as the purpose of this book goes, it fulfilled its purpose Cons While this book certainly left me with different tactics to use, I felt this could have easily been an article Sure, the author wouldn t have gotten the money for it, but if you re going to make me pay for a book, give me a littlePerhaps applicable, real life examples, Pros The tactics are certainly useful and applicable And in my current role, I will definitely apply them, I believe they will give me good results As far as the purpose of this book goes, it fulfilled its purpose Cons While this book certainly left me with different tactics to use, I felt this could have easily been an article Sure, the author wouldn t have gotten the money for it, but if you re going to make me pay for a book, give me a littlePerhaps applicable, real life examples, or the strategic WITH the tactical he made of point of saying the book is short because it doesn t focus on the strategic, or have fluff I am all about understanding the strategic side of things before diving into tactical, so for me, it would have been helpful Conclusion If you are managing or supporting virtual teams, you ll find great value in this But you ll which you grabbed it from the library, or paid half of what it cost, because it was so short on content


  6. Adama Adama says:

    17 easy and effective tactics but often ignored It take me about 65min with few interruption to read this book, a bit less than the 45min I took to read another book from Hassan Effective Delegation of Authority A Really Short Book for New Managers About How to Delegate Work Using a Simple Delegation Process Both books are concise, to the points and full with tips ans advices you can readily use and apply I love the three tactics about meetings before, during and after.Quoting the author, 17 easy and effective tactics but often ignored It take me about 65min with few interruption to read this book, a bit less than the 45min I took to read another book from Hassan Effective Delegation of Authority A Really Short Book for New Managers About How to Delegate Work Using a Simple Delegation Process Both books are concise, to the points and full with tips ans advices you can readily use and apply I love the three tactics about meetings before, during and after.Quoting the author, these are indeed seventeen killer tactics that ll help you motivate your virtual team to beproductive.Most of these tactics are common sense and so obvious but most often ignored by leadees and managers This is a must read book for anyone leading or managing virtual teams


  7. Russell Myers Russell Myers says:

    MehThis book should have been shortened to its conclusion chapter or its headers It doesn t say much that is unique to remote teams, nor are they covered in convincing depth Being direct, responsible, and a clear communicator are obvious goals for any manager.The writer also implied that his employees would be lazy if not for the dates he set While dates are important, chiefly for their value in communicating expectations they aren t to combat assumed laziness.


  8. Leila Leila says:

    As others have said, short and to the point But the points are valid and actionable, and while I have read lots of books and listened to countless management podcasts..this was useful, and I learned something.


  9. Jenn Balliett Jenn Balliett says:

    Useful and to the pointA lot of business books are boring, fluffy, and self important This book is to the point, an easy and enjoyable read, and gives tips that can be implemented immediately.


  10. Sandra Grauschopf Sandra Grauschopf says:

    Short, but good tips you won t find everywhere Worth the very, very quick read.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Influencing Virtual Teams: 17 Tactics That Get Things Done with Your Remote Employees Learn the psychological secrets of persuasion that influence your remote employees to do what you need them to doStop chasing down your employees to make sure that their work is being doneIn Influencing Virtual Teams you ll get step by step tactics that you can implement straightaway with your team to improve your team s engagement and commitment to doing their workYou ll learn How a single word can increase compliance by % How to make someone reply back to your emails using only the subject line How to set deadlines so that they re met by your team What you need to do before, during and after every meeting to increase adoption rates How to ensure % commitment from a team member in six easy steps Using just four questions, how to know what your remote employees are really thinking How to leave the perfect voice message The secret formula for establishing trust with your team And much, much Here s what s covered in the book TacticOne Word That Influences Your Virtual TeamTacticSet DeadlinesTacticAssign ResponsibilityTacticExplain TasksTacticWhen Delegating Tasks, Write Them OutTacticThe Secret Formula for Establishing TrustTacticIncrease Reliability Among Your TeamTacticIncrease the Level of LikeabilityTacticSix Steps to Ensure % CommitmentTacticKnow What Someone Is Really ThinkingTacticLeave the Perfect Voice MessageTacticWrite Assertive EmailsTacticWhat You Should Do Before Every MeetingTacticWhat You Should Do During Every MeetingTacticWhat You Should Do After Every MeetingTacticUse Your Voice to Your AdvantageTacticMake Your Emails Stand Out Using The Subject Line [EPUB] ✼ The End (The 30-Day Collective Book 1) ✿ Ellen A. Easton – 9facts.co.uk during and after every meeting to increase adoption rates How to ensure % commitment from a team member in six easy steps Using just four questions ➽ [Download] ✤ The Light Over London By Julia Kelly ➲ – 9facts.co.uk how to know what your remote employees are really thinking How to leave the perfect voice message The secret formula for establishing trust with your team And much [Ebook] ➣ Cell By Robin Cook – 9facts.co.uk much Here s what s covered in the book TacticOne Word That Influences Your Virtual TeamTacticSet DeadlinesTacticAssign ResponsibilityTacticExplain TasksTacticWhen Delegating Tasks ❰Download❯ ➺ Braving the Wilderness Author BrenĂ© Brown – 9facts.co.uk Write Them OutTacticThe Secret Formula for Establishing TrustTacticIncrease Reliability Among Your TeamTacticIncrease the Level of LikeabilityTacticSix Steps to Ensure % CommitmentTacticKnow What Someone Is Really ThinkingTacticLeave the Perfect Voice MessageTacticWrite Assertive EmailsTacticWhat You Should Do Before Every MeetingTacticWhat You Should Do During Every MeetingTacticWhat You Should Do After Every MeetingTacticUse Your Voice to Your AdvantageTacticMake Your Emails Stand Out Using The Subject Line