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This book, with the legendary leader King Arthur, shows you how to transform a geographically distributed team that's falling short of its goals, into a "virtual work group" that gets results. This book, with the legendary leader King Arthur, shows you how to transform a geographically distributed team that's falling short of its goals, into a "virtual work group" that gets results.


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This book, with the legendary leader King Arthur, shows you how to transform a geographically distributed team that's falling short of its goals, into a "virtual work group" that gets results. This book, with the legendary leader King Arthur, shows you how to transform a geographically distributed team that's falling short of its goals, into a "virtual work group" that gets results.

30 review for Virtual Leadership: Secrets from the Round Table for the Multi-Site Manager

  1. 5 out of 5

    Allan Elder

    This is one of my favorite leadership books. It follows the discussion of a modern day distance manager with the ancient King Arthur. As it turns out, King Arthur was the first successful distant manager and has much to teach the modern leader. The metaphor of King Arthur is broken down into the following: Excalibur - Building Trust The Round Table - Building Unity The Joust - Creating Team Interaction Camelot - Establishing a Vision Lancelot - the Power of Relationships Merlin - Communicating across This is one of my favorite leadership books. It follows the discussion of a modern day distance manager with the ancient King Arthur. As it turns out, King Arthur was the first successful distant manager and has much to teach the modern leader. The metaphor of King Arthur is broken down into the following: Excalibur - Building Trust The Round Table - Building Unity The Joust - Creating Team Interaction Camelot - Establishing a Vision Lancelot - the Power of Relationships Merlin - Communicating across a distance Each of these symbolic elements is described in ways to make clear how they can be used for modern leadership of teams which are co-located or at a distance. Reading this book only takes a few hours and I must tell you, the ending is terrific!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Ray Cobel

    Told as a fable, this is the most insightful read about how to start, build and maintain virtual relationships.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Aundrea T T.

    This book provides a vivid picture of the important components of leading a virtual team.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Bas

    Still reading. Gives some good insights on managing team across several sites. Story interesting (analogy with King Arthur bringing his knights together) but it builds very slowly.

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    Laura Dutch

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