But all of the advantages are contingent on being a well-informed telecommuter. Maintain a Healthy Balance Manage the Workaholic Within 7. Stay Fit and Healthy 24. Establish a Partner Mindset and Relationship 77. In the new age of professional mobility, 101 Tips for Telecommuters is the perfect guide for the millions of Americans who want to succeed in this exciting and challenging new way of work. Author Debra Dinnocenzo offers specific strategies for successful telecommuting that will enhance effectiveness and prosperity, both personal and professional. Be Prepared With the Basic Tools, Too 86.
Manage the Performance Management Process 62. This is the first practical set of advice for the new generation of distributed workers. Establish Clear Interruption Rules 35. Network to Stay Visible and Informed 55. Reject the Refrigerator that Beckons You 21. Get the Respect You Deserve How to be sure you and your work are taken seriously 46.
Easy-to-implement suggestions offer ways to transfer the knowledge and take the steps necessary to change and improve relationships, processes, resources, and systems, at work and at home. Be Your Own Purchasing Manager 70. Manage the Madness of Multiple Machines that Ring or Beep at You 92. Make Everyone Skilled and Comfortable in Virtual Meetings 66. Author by : Lin Grensing-Pophal Languange : en Publisher by : North Vancouver, B. But most books on the subject focus on its technological or administrative aspects rather than its human ones. Get Your Family on Your Team 33.
. Stay on Track for Promotions and Other Good Deals 56. Some books explain what to do, others explain why to do it— Dinnocenzo's book does both. I highly recommend this book to anyone who is considering telecommuting, operating a home office or attempting to improve their efficiency. In the new age of professional mobility, 101 Tips for Telecommuters is the perfect guide for the millions of Americans who want to succeed in this exciting and challenging new way of work. Work During Your Peak Energy Times 22. Master the Fundamentals of Productive Virtual Meetings 65.
Meeting the Challenge of Eldercare or Family Care 40. Telecommuting may be the answer. Does someone on your staff want to work from home? This is, however, not only a book for the increasing number of us who commute down the hall to our work space. Avoid the Real or Perceived Isolation Trap 27. It is chock-full of practical wisdom on all of the issues that a telecommuter faces. This book is an extraordinary collection of useful insights for both the telecommuters and their managers on how to get the maximum benefits from this new way of working. Dinnocenzo is president of , a learning and development firm specializing in tools and resources for leaders and teams working together from a distance.
Meet the Challenge of Internet Connections 97. Design Your Office for Good Health 17. Dress for Success According to the New Rules 19. Dinnocenzo offers useful advice on special self-management factors to consider when telecommuting; how to keep in touch with all the people-coworkers, managers, support personnel, customers, and others-who make up your telecommuting world; and even how to nurture crucial ties with suppliers, vendors, and service providers. What are the pros and cons of telecommuting for the legions of men and women that actually do it on a daily basis? Author Debra Dinnocenzo offers specific strategies for successful telecommuting that will enhance effectiveness and prosperity, both personal and professional.
Do you want to promote a flexible work environment, but fear losing profits? Resolve Conflicts Effectively and Proactively 64. Protect Your Equipment and Your Livelihood 100. Rarely Is a Phone Just a Phone 90. Learn to Love Voice Mail and Other Impossibilities 95. But all of the advantages are contingent on being a well-informed telecommuter.
She is the author of 101 Tips for Telecommuters. It is so valuable I have assigned it as orientation material for all of our telecommuters. Manage the Maddening Mounds of Mail 12. Be Creatively Accessible by Telephone 53. For more information, visit Debra's website at. Minimize Household and Family Stress 41.
Know Who Provides Your Critical Services and Support 69. Stay Motivated Manage the Slouch Within 8. Increased productivity, effective resource management, generating more income and understanding the key human factors for success will result. Reach Agreements that Foster Commitment and Collaboration 63. Every company considering telecommuting should be passing out a copy of this book to each of their telecommuters. As a human resource director, I can use this book to persuade our executives to support and encourage telecommuting. Set Service Expectations and Get Your Desired Result 72.