Bryan Miles is a great friend and mentor. He and his wife Shannon built an amazing company without any brick and mortar locations. Belay Solutions provides world-class virtual services so that you can accomplish more and juggle less.
Bryan’s book Virtual Culture is a must-read, especially if you’re looking for a better way. Culture is the unseen force that drives organizations. Bryan and Shannon built an amazing culture — virtually.
It’s the twenty-first century, yet most companies maintain a twentieth century corporate culture. Despite instant communication and collaboration through wireless computers and smartphones, employers needlessly rent or own office space. Bryan Miles has a reality check for you: the future of business is virtual, and it’s going to take more than technology upgrades for you to upgrade your workplace environment.
In VIRTUAL CULTURE, visionary entrepreneur Bryan Miles champions the benefits of remote working, which will save your company tons of money and create an atmosphere of trust between you and your employees. Productivity comes from people completing their tasks in a timely, professional, adult manner, not from mandatory daily attendance in a sea of cubicles and offices. When you recognize and respect your employees’ time inside and outside work hours, giving them the freedom to work from home, you will retain amazing talent and create a result-oriented virtual culture as a forward-thinking employer that embraces the future of work.
Brian Dodd has a wonderful blog full of leadership insights. He does a great job distilling lessons from books, conferences, and movies. Consider subscribing to his blog for more inspiration.
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A Quote from Virtual Culture
Shared vision, not shared spaces, creates a culture. It is about instilling a sense of belonging for your employees and ensuring they identify with the greater mission and values of the company.” — Bryan Miles