Hassan Osman : Influencing Virtual Teams: 17 Tactics That Get Things Done with Your Remote Employees

Influencing Virtual Teams: 17 Tactics That Get Things Done with Your Remote Employees

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July 2014



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**Amazon #1 Best Seller in the Outsourcing, Office Management and Office Automation categories!**

Learn the psychological secrets of persuasion that influence your remote employees to do what you need them to do.

Stop chasing down your employees to make sure that their work is being done.

In "Influencing Virtual Teams" you'll get step-by-step tactics that you can implement straightaway with your team to improve your team's engagement and commitment to doing their work.

You'll learn:

  • How a single word can increase compliance by 33%.
  • How to make someone reply back to your emails (using only the subject line).
  • How to set deadlines so that they're met by your team.
  • What you need to do before, during and after every meeting to increase adoption rates.
  • How to ensure 100% commitment from a team member in six easy steps.
  • Using just four questions, how to know what your remote employees are really thinking.
  • How to leave the perfect voice message.
  • The secret formula for establishing trust with your team.

And much, much more!

Here's what's covered in the book:

Tactic #1: One Word That Influences Your Virtual Team

Tactic #2: Set Deadlines

Tactic #3: Assign Responsibility

Tactic #4: Explain Tasks

Tactic #5: When Delegating Tasks, Write Them Out

Tactic #6: The Secret Formula for Establishing Trust

Tactic #7: Increase Reliability Among Your Team

Tactic #8: Increase the Level of Likeability

Tactic #9: Six Steps to Ensure 100% Commitment

Tactic #10: Know What Someone Is Really Thinking

Tactic #11: Leave the Perfect Voice Message

Tactic #12: Write Assertive Emails

Tactic #13: What You Should Do Before Every Meeting

Tactic #14: What You Should Do During Every Meeting

Tactic #15: What You Should Do After Every Meeting

Tactic #16: Use Your Voice to Your Advantage

Tactic #17: Make Your Emails Stand Out Using The Subject Line

Would you like to learn more?

Download the book now and start managing your virtual team today.

Editorial Reviews

"I have led large, virtual, and global teams for over 20 years; yet, I learned something new on each page turn. The book is extremely actionable and the recommendations are backed by research. It is a pleasure to read."

- Hector Munoz, Executive Director, Ernst & Young LLP

"The book includes many immediately actionable ideas for managing a distributed team. Clarity and efficiency of communication is paramount in a virtual environment and Hassan has honed in on the key tactics that will make a big difference in your work day."

-Tom Moor, Co-founder of Sqwiggle and Buffer

"Simple, yet powerful concepts around influencing, aligning and succeeding in a virtual environment. Hassan's book is gospel to all virtual managers!"

- Sameer Sait, VP and Head of Information Security, MassMutual Financial Group

"This book lays out the imperatives of managing virtual teams. Hassan's framework will differentiate between good and great managers."

- Marjon Dean, Global Account Executive, Microsoft

"Smart, easy to read, and pragmatic. 'Influencing Virtual Teams' is now a must-read for all of my clients building remote teams."

- Patrick Linton, Co-Founder, BoltonRemote.com

"This is a must-have guide for virtual team leaders, both newbies and pros. A great new resource."

- Dr. Howard B. Esbin, Creator of Prelude, PlayPrelude.com

"17 tactics with clear steps that can quickly improve the productivity, trust, and commitment of your team. A MUST READ for anyone that manages virtual teams!"

- Phil Montero, Business Consultant & Founder of TheAnywhereOffice.com

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