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Influence and Productivity in the Remote Workplace

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With a record number of people working from home due to the recent Covid-19 pandemic, it can be very difficult for employees and managers to keep things running as smoothly and productively as possible. It’s difficult to achieve maximum productivity while trying to make adjustments to more people virtually commuting and virtually working. Eric Bloom is an expert on influence and productivity in the workplace, and he discusses how to make the best of a remote workplace situation in this expert sales interview hosted by John Golden.

This expert sales interview explores:

  • How management can maintain productivity
  • How individuals can maintain productivity

Maintaining Productivity: Tips for Managers

A manager’s goal when working with a mostly remote team is to organize themselves and the situation for maximum productivity and keep things running as smoothly as possible, despite the current shift in the normal workplace. The best way for managers to maintain that productivity is to do what they’re already doing, but with more intentionality. Managers can continue to implement those great business principles that they do in person, but just alter them so that they’re still doing these things virtually.

Maintaining Productivity: Tips for Individuals

From an individual perspective, there are a number of things that you can do in order to maintain productivity as well. If you haven’t worked at home for any length of time, there are a number of issues working against you, especially now in this environment where many people began working from home quite suddenly.

Our Host

John is the Amazon bestselling author of Winning the Battle for Sales: Lessons on Closing Every Deal from the World’s Greatest Military Victories and Social Upheaval: How to Win at Social Selling. A globally acknowledged Sales & Marketing thought leader, speaker, and strategist. He is CSMO at Pipeliner CRM. In his spare time, John is an avid Martial Artist.

About Author

Eric Bloom is the Executive Director of the IT Management and Leadership Institute. He is also a TEDx speaker, the past president of National Speakers Association New England, a Certified Public Speaker (CSP), a former nationally syndicated columnist, a contributing writer to CIO.com, a technologist, and a research advisor for International Data Corporation (IDC).

Author's Publications on Amazon

"Manager Mechanics" comes to the rescue by giving first-timers the practical knowledge and political insights they need to perform successfully in their new management role, with a particular focus on people skills and good judgment.
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"Manager Mechanics" is your first step toward cultivating a strong career in management. Improve your communication skills, employee morale, and work environment with this indispensable guide!
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"Office Influence: Get What You Want", from the Mailroom to the Boardroom contains the concepts, techniques, tips, and tricks needed to unlock your influential power, enhance your job performance, and accelerate your future career advancement.
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This book widens your perspective on productivity enhancement and outlines a strategy to assure your efforts are aligned with corporate goals, holistic in nature, systematic in implementation, and measurable.
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This book contains 34 of my almost 200 columns, specifically selected, based on the importance for senior IT executives to know these questions are being asked. These questions are then discussed from two perspectives, the importance to you, the CIO, and why it’s important to…
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"My hope is that this book will provide you with insights, tips, tricks, and advice that will help you successfully manage your career and help you reach your short term and long term career goals." -Eric Bloom
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