“If you’re still struggling with remote work, Bob Glazer knows something about how to make it work. His company has been doing it for over a decade, and you’ll be able to implement some of his advice right away.”
#1 NYT Bestselling Author of Think Again
and host of the TED podcast WorkLife
CEO of Zoox
Chairman of ghSMART and New York Times bestselling author of Who and Power Score
New York Times bestselling author of Never Eat Alone
CEO of the WD-40 Company
Author of How To Have A Good Day and Senior Adviser to McKinsey & Company
The remote work revolution has been rapidly accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic. Organizations as big as Twitter have learned their employees didn’t need an office to get great results, and employees are using the flexibility of remote work to live where they want, ditch their commutes and live a work-life integration that works for them.
Remote work is here to stay, and the companies that do it well will have a clear competitive advantage in the future. As founder and CEO of Acceleration Partners, a 100 percent remote organization with 170 employees who work from home, Robert Glazer has discovered that with the right principles, tactics and tools, many businesses can excel in a virtual world. In this highly actionable book, Glazer shares how he and his team built a remote organization that has been recognized with dozens of awards for its industry performance and company culture.
How To Thrive In The Virtual Workplace shares insights from the remote employee, manager and leader perspectives, offering a blueprint any person can use to make remote work successful, productive and fulfilling. Learn how to leverage the flexibility of remote work, be more productive while working at home, avoid burnout, lead a team of virtual employees and build an organization that sets the gold standard for virtual work.
The remote work revolution is here–the leaders who will build the future are the ones who can lead top performing virtual teams. Learn how to build a world-class organization–office no longer required.
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