101 Tips for Telecommuters: Successfully Manage Your Work, Team, Technology and Family

  • 3h 41m
  • Debra A. Dinnocenzo
  • Berrett-Koehler Publishers
  • 1999

Are You:

  • A telecommuter looking for ways to overcome obstacles to peak performance?
  • A home-based consultant or sales professional seeking tactics and tools to increase your productivity?
  • Responsible for managing the performance of remote workers?
  • An aspiring telecommuter or home-based professional in search of strategies to become successful working from home?

101 Tips for Telecommuters covers everything from managing your time, balancing telecommuting with family demands, and working effectively with others from afar to networking the "virtual" way, getting a grip on technological overkill, and even resisting the everbeckoning refrigerator when working from home! If you are one of the millions of people who want to succeed in this exciting and challenging new way of work, let 101 Tips for Telecommuters be your guide!

About the Author

Debra A. Dinnocenzo is a veteran telecommuting executive and president of ALLearnatives, a learning and developmentfirm specializing in tools and resources to improve the productivity of telecommuters, telemanagers, and other home-based workers. She was senior vice president of marketing for Learning International, a worldwide sales performance and training company and a division of Times Mirror.

In this Book

  • 101 Tips for Telecommuters: Successfully Manage Your Work, Team, Technology and Family
  • Foreword
  • Chapter 1: How to Use This Book
  • Chapter 2: Working Well in Your Home Office
  • Chapter 3: Working Well with Your Family
  • Chapter 4: Working Well with Your Team
  • Chapter 5: Working Well with Your External Partners
  • Chapter 6: Working Well with Tools and Technology
  • Chapter 7: Telecommuting Implementation Guide