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7 Essentials For Managing Virtual TeamsDana Jarvis
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7 Essentials For Managing Virtual Teams

Dana Jarvis

Paperback ISBN: 978-1-5165-1859-3, 208 pages

©2018

Description
7 Essentials for Managing Virtual Teams is the best tool for virtual team managers to produce winning results. The 7 Essentials Model introduces a practical and actionable roadmap for leadership success to strengthen any virtual team.

Virtual teams need more than technology—they need excellent management and interpersonal savvy. The 7 Essentials teach virtual team managers how to positively interact with employees, provide team members with meaningful development opportunities, and build quality professional relationships that produce a high-performing virtual culture with measurable results. The Model teaches virtual managers how to leverage the professional strengths of individual team members to maximize performance, encourage collaboration, and increase productivity. Each Essential is supported by research, case study analyses, leader interviews, and relevant firsthand experience.

7 Essentials for Managing Virtual Teams is a must-read for virtual team managers who wish to inspire team members to realize their full potential and contribute in meaningful ways—even from afar.

Biography
Dana Jarvis, MPA, MSW, is a U.S. Marine Corps Veteran with over 30 years of professional experience. He has led training initiatives in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors. Dana currently serves as an adjunct professor at Duquesne University's John F. Donahue School of Business, while also leading training initiatives for a biotech company. Over the years, Dana's work has provided him many opportunities to experience the good, the bad, and the ugly of virtual teams. His 7 Essentials Model was born out of this baptism by fire. It serves as a reminder that virtual teams can provide a transformative and meaningful experience with amazing results.