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Managing the Mobile Workforce: Leading, Building, and Sustaining Virtual Teams

June 14, 2011 @ 12:00 am

Managing the Mobile Workforce: Leading, Building, and Sustaining Virtual TeamsAbout the Authors – David Clemons has provided 20 years of executive leadership and innovation to the digital education industries. Today, as the CEO of Achieve Labs Inc., David is speaking nationally and internationally within the mobile industry. David lives in Eagle, Idaho, as a true mobile worker and employs a large “mobiForce,” including international partners and content specialists.

Michael Kroth, Ph.D., is an assistant professor at the University of Idaho in Adult/Organizational Learning and Leadership. He has authored Transforming Work: The Five Keys to Achieving Trust, Commitment, and Passion in the Workplace, co-authored with Patricia Boverie; The Manager as Motivator and Career Development Basics with McKay Christensen. He is a memeber of the National Speaks Association and speaks nationally and internationally.

About the Book – In the global marketplace, people can work practically anywhere and anytime. Managing the Mobile Workforce shares stories about organizations that have taken the risk to unleash—literally—their workers from the chains of daily commutes, 9-to-5 business hours, and the same old cubicles they have sat in day after day, year after year, and even decade after decade.

David Clemons, an entrepreneur within the enterprise mobile and online training industry, and Michael Kroth, an expert and author on how leaders can create highly motivating work environments, together deliver rock-solid guidance on the essentials for building, leading, and sustaining a highly productive virtual workforce. Clemons and Kroth present the real-life relationships between managers and employees through interviews of thought leaders and executives that will engage your thinking about how the right leadership, combined with technology, can make all the difference.

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June 14, 2011
12:00 am
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DC United States