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What Does Virtual Leadership Mean? - Press Release
3rd August 2016 - Virtual Leadership: Practical Strategies for Getting the Best Out of Virtual Work and Virtual Teams
What does virtual leadership mean?
“Virtual leadership is much more than merely using the appropriate communications. It is about being able to engage people from afar to produce results together. It builds on a shared vision of the future to help people to get things done together.”
Virtual Leadership provides practical strategies, tools and solutions for the key issues involved in managing at a distance. With diverse case studies and examples, this is the essential guide to making a difference as a leader of virtual work.
- How can I provide leadership, motivation and vision through virtual channels?
- How do I make virtual meetings effective, engaging and productive, and ensure actions are followed through?
- How do I create engaged and cohesive teams across distance, cultures and languages?
- How do I stop virtual team members silently checking out, distracted by local challenges and offline issues?
Graeme Codrington, TomorrowToday, Futurist and expert on the future of work, praises Virtual Leadership, calling it “a comprehensive handbook for anyone who spends time in the virtual world of work. It is indispensable and required reading for leaders in the modern workplace”.
Further commendation from Pete Bennett, Founder, Buzz Conferencing, UK, “Penny has done a magnificent job of covering every single element which you need to master. I've been managing virtual teams for over 20 years and thought I knew it all. I didn't. And you won't either until you have read this book.”.
About the author: Dr Penny Pullan is a thought leader in the field of virtual leadership, specializing in leading risky change projects involving virtual teams. She is a director of Making Projects Work, whose clients include multinational companies across many sectors, from drug companies to manufacturers, from IT multinationals to banks. She has run the Virtual Working Summit since 2010 with thousands of participants from around the world. She is the author of Business Analysis and Leadership (2013) also published by Kogan Page.
About Kogan Page: Kogan Page is the leading independent global publisher of specialist professional books and content with over 700 titles in print. Its authors come from some of the world’s most prestigious academic institutions, international commercial organisations or professional associations in Leadership, Management, Marketing, Branding, Human Resources, Coaching, Logistics, Entrepreneurship and Careers. Follow @KPMgmtLeaders for information about new books and business insights from author experts.
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