Learning to Lead DifferentlyeBook - 2012
For at least two decades, people have been working together virtually, their interactions enabled and mediated by communication technology; based on years of research, this book summarizes what it takes to lead effectively in the virtual space. Arguing that becoming an effective virtual leader requires a deeper level of reflection-including questioning one's sense of identity, relationships, trust, and power-this account offers valuable advice to those who want to improve their effectiveness as supervisors. This guide will interest HR professionals, consultants, managers, and virtual team members who want to become faster at developing and implementing strategies and cultivating learning and change globally.
Publisher: Faringdon : Libri Publishing, 2012
Copyright Date: ©2012
Branch Call Number: Electronic book
Characteristics: 1 online resource (173 pages)