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101 Tips For Telecommuters

101 Tips For Telecommuters by Debra A Dinnocenzo
ISBN
9781576750698
Published
Released
01 / 11 / 1999
Binding
Paperback
Pages
240
 

Successfully Manage Your Work, Team, Technology and Family.

This book is a succinct, easy-to-use guide for current and aspiring telecommuters. Drawn from Dinnocenzo's first-hand experience as a telecommuting executive and telemanager, this book provides key insights into the skills, mindset and resources necessary for telecommuters to succeed.

With a unique emphasis on the human aspects of telecommuting, as well as practical, "action tips" that allow you to immediately implement change in relationships, processes, resources and systems at work and at home, '101 Tips For Telecommuters' also contains a telecommuter self-assessment guide, a telecommuting start-up guide, and listings of associations, publications, and online resources for telecommuters.
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Successfully Manage Your Work, Team, Technology and Family.

This book is a succinct, easy-to-use guide for current and aspiring telecommuters. Drawn from Dinnocenzo's first-hand experience as a telecommuting executive and telemanager, this book provides key insights into the skills, mindset and resources necessary for telecommuters to succeed.

With a unique emphasis on the human aspects of telecommuting, as well as practical, "action tips" that allow you to immediately implement change in relationships, processes, resources and systems at work and at home, '101 Tips For Telecommuters' also contains a telecommuter self-assessment guide, a telecommuting start-up guide, and listings of associations, publications, and online resources for telecommuters.
ISBN:
9781576750698
Publication Date:
01 / 11 / 1999
Pages:
240

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