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101 Tips for Telecommuters—Successfully Manage Your Work, Team, Technology and Family by Debra A. Dinnocenzo

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50. Know and Nurture Your Team

The relationships and interdependencies you have with your formal team members (e.g., those co-workers with whom you work directly and/or who focus on the same projects, accounts, or functions that you do) are inherent in the structure of your organization and the processes whereby work is accomplished. The relationships certainly require nurturing, and efforts to strengthen them should be ongoing as your team develops and evolves. As a telecommuter, you need effective relationship-building, communication, and interaction skills in order to function effectively as a virtual team member. Also, as work processes change, marketplace pressures increase, and communication tools evolve, these relationships and interdependencies ...

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