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An Edoc Infographic: Has Leadership Today Changed?

READ MORE: If you liked this post, you might like “Gift Guide by Edoc: For the Virtual Worker” Kim Sykes is a marketer and content creator at Edoc Service, Inc., a total virtual company. 

A Better Way to Work: Keith Peglar, EDI Coordinator

As part of our ongoing series “A Better Way to Work,” we interview people who have embraced a more flexible, more productive, better way to work/live. Meet Keith Peglar, EDI Coordinator with Peterson.  Where are you currently located? Green Valley, Arizona. Tell us about what you do. I am a full-time contractor for a company … Continue reading A Better Way to Work: Keith Peglar, EDI Coordinator

5 Tips for Better Workflow & Communication from the Edoc Virtual Strategy Team

Communication and workflow habits are two important aspects affecting every remote team’s productivity and output. As Edoc Office Manager Lisa Gebhart explains, “The importance of communication for a virtual worker is truly heightened, so we’re always looking to uphold best practices as a company in this regard.” Here are five insights from Edoc into how … Continue reading 5 Tips for Better Workflow & Communication from the Edoc Virtual Strategy Team

What Does an Edoc Virtual Office Look Like?

We like to celebrate our culture, and last week was no exception. May 18-24, 2014 marked Medical Transcriptionist Week, and since Edoc Service has been 100 percent virtual since the start, we wanted to show just what it looks like working virtually. We also wanted to show our thanks and appreciation to all our MTs, so we … Continue reading What Does an Edoc Virtual Office Look Like?

From Entitlement to Entanglement

Our millennial generation is teaching us that there is a better way for conducting business in this era. Authenticity is king and discretionary thinking with problem solving by all staff paramount. A command and control mode of operation is a dying tenant. Company growth continues as a vital trait but companies don’t have to be … Continue reading From Entitlement to Entanglement

3 Marketing Definitions Every Person Should Know

Even if you don’t see yourself as a marketer, savvy leaders and workers should recognize the value in having a common language and the ability to look for questions to gather clues about context in any business situation. Just like we seek to find context of a company for technology-related solutions we offer, as marketers, … Continue reading 3 Marketing Definitions Every Person Should Know

5 Reminders for Every Team Going Virtual

You’re ready to go remote. You know the right way to do it: you have a team that has the right roles, skill sets, and personalities to go virtual. You are creating a plan, and that includes a support system to get you through as you transition. But a lingering question sometimes comes up at this point: … Continue reading 5 Reminders for Every Team Going Virtual

What Would You Do With 480 More Hours Next Year?

In Cincinnati, Ohio, our average commute is 21.2 minutes long. This is actually less than the average person today. The average travel time to get to work across the entire nation comes in at a little over 25 minutes, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. That average equates to as much as 18 hours a … Continue reading What Would You Do With 480 More Hours Next Year?

What John C. Maxwell Would Say About Remote Leadership

During our current leadership training we are discussing John C. Maxwell’s The Five Levels of Leadership. Inspired by our discussion, here are two major takeaways that can be applied to working on a distributed or remote team: 1. An effective remote leader builds genuine connections with people over time. You cannot lead people effectively if … Continue reading What John C. Maxwell Would Say About Remote Leadership

What You Should Know About Virtual HR Etiquette

Our company recently found itself in the enviable position of needing to add workers due to an increase in work volume. We are a virtual business, so we reached out to potential candidates virtually, by posting a Help Wanted ad on a website specifically targeted for job seekers in our industry. As we knew it … Continue reading What You Should Know About Virtual HR Etiquette

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Has Leadership today changed?

For companies with leaders who want their organizations to better compete and drive ongoing business results, it's time to look at the emerging reality of the business world..

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