About The Virtual Divide
If you are like the thousands thrown into the swift river of working remotely without any training or support, do not feel alone (there are plenty of virtual piranhas with you). The frustrations you are feeling by the business impact of the corona virus are because working from home can be totally frustrating, and even scary. “The Virtual Divide” has won the 2019 American Book Fest Best Book Finalist Award, as well as the coveted 2020 Distinguished Favorite in Leadership by the Independent Press Award can help reduce that fear and frustration.
Many of your managers are in the same boat but we can help you get some ideas that will help greatly. There are a ton of free resources (we call them Virtual Nuggets) that have been researched for your easy access. We will show you how to be productive in virtual team meetings, how to communicate clearly and effectively, and the best ways to build trust with others who are feeling the same fears as you.
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The winner of 7 national book awards, Ronald Beach was born to hard-working Irish Swedish entrepreneurs. The road from a two-room schoolhouse to that of being an expert in virtual management has been a great story all by itself. For thirty years he used his technical training acquired in the Marines to progress from an electronic computer technician to Senior Director US Manufacturing in the high technology data storage field.
After 25 years with companies like Western Digital, Emulex, Hitachi Computer Products, and LSI Logic, he completed his Ph. D. in Organization and Management and has been managing online college degree programs for the last ten years. His first book, “The Virtual Divide” has won the 2019 American Book Fest Best Book Finalist Award, as well as the 2020 Distinguished Favorite in Leadership by the Independent Press Award.
In 2019, he won the Faculty of the Year Award from Ashford University and has written several articles on leadership and management of virtual teams. He is a very proud John Maxwell Team Member and recognized as a mentor, training, and public speaker.