- Paperback: 208 pages
- Publisher: Lioncrest Publishing (December 21, 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1619617218
- ISBN-13: 978-1619617216
- Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.5 x 8.5 inches
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- Average Customer Review: 45 customer reviews
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Virtual Culture: The Way We Work Doesn’t Work Anymore, a Manifesto Paperback – December 21, 2017
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"Bryan Miles is a leader's leader. He has a gift of seeing the future before most people even figure out what's happening today. Even better, he acts on it. Read this and get ready."
Carey Nieuwhof, author and founding pastor of Connexus Church
"Virtual Culture isn't just theory for Bryan. He has masterfully created it. If you want to know what the future looks like from the bow of the ship, this book is a must-read."
Clay Scroggins, North Point Community Church
"Bryan is a leader full of courage, faith, and integrity who doesn't just lead a great organization, but leads great people who make up a great organization. From BELAY's inception, I have watched Bryan forge a new path in this space that inspires me to dream bigger and work harder in my own field."
Jeff Maness, Element Church
"Bryan has not just built a company; he's created an industry. His vision, innovation, and commitment to building a great place to work have been an invaluable resource to me, and will be for you too. Pick up Virtual Culture today. You won't regret it!"
William Vanderbloemen, Vanderbloemen Search Group
"Over the last decade I've been a customer, colleague, and friend of Bryan, and he always brings integrity and leadership to each relationship. These days anybody can write a book, but few people can build a company culture like he has--it's truly unbelievable. I wouldn't work for many people, but I would be happy to be under his leadership. I can't wait to buy a case of his books."
"Bryan Miles has been a mentor and key advisor to my rapidly growing business. He gets people, leadership, and entrepreneurialism, and he is a master on how work gets done in today's crazy environment. Virtual Culture is a must-read if you want to experience transformative results in any of those areas."
Mike Weinberg, two-time best-selling author, consultant, speaker, and chief sales coach
"Bryan is an innovative, straightforward, and creative leader with a contagious passion for virtual services--and he practices what he preaches. He is leading the way to a more productive and flexible workplace!"
Chris Fowler, Church Community Builder
"The more I get to know Bryan, the more I learn of his genuine love for people and his unrelenting desire to challenge the status quo. He inspires greatness by constantly refusing mediocrity--in how we work, in how we connect, and in how we do life."
Hrishi Baskaran, Hrishi Baskaran Company LLC, a member of Table Group Consulting
"Bryan Miles is a leader with incredible foresight. He has led his team to new ways of thinking and working with extraordinary results. He's disrupting our traditional paradigms and leading us to discover new ways of leading. If you're brave enough to follow his wisdom, your organization will not just survive but thrive in today's culture."
Jenni Catron, The 4Sight Group
"Bryan will continue to pave the way for virtual workforce solutions. As a customer and friend, I can assure you that you won't find any one better."
Matt Lowe, Swift Straw
About the Author
Bryan Miles is CEO & Co-founder of BELAY, alongside his wife Shannon. A leading US-based, virtual solutions company, BELAY has over 600 team members - all working from home, remotely. Without an office, BELAY has graced the Inc. 5000 list (three times) and was awarded the #1 spot in Entrepreneur Magazine's Best Company Culture. BELAY provides virtual assistants, bookkeeping, copywriting, and webmaster services to leaders and fast-paced organizations. BELAY's services equip leaders and organizations with the ability to climb higher when and where they need it most.
Bryan and Shannon live with their two children, Harper and Rainey, in Atlanta. Practicing what he preaches, Bryan spends his days virtually running his company from his porch in Georgia, from the mountains in Jackson Hole, or from the beaches in Florida.
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Beyond practical tips on how to go virtual, Bryan brilliantly articulates how going virtual is actually a blueprint for creating the most engaged employees. His tips and experience shared for creating winning culture is profound, and I took away a ton of very actionable tips for creating a culture I'm proud to implement in our own company.
No matter where you are in business or life - Virtual Culture is a must read that empowers you to build the vision you love while embracing the culture that makes your business unique. Thank you Bryan and team - much love!
I enjoyed reading the book because it reinforced how brilliant the Belay business model is. Everything you read about the Virtual Belay Culture is true. As a VA, I love the flexibility of working from home. I feel supported and connected to my peers and associates. I enjoy what I do; it is truly a pleasure to work every day to help my client reach new heights! Belay is the best virtual work experience I have ever had, and it definitely comes down to an amazing and supportive corporate culture.
Business owners and managers: the future is now. This book has great tools and advice to help you through the transition to a virtual workplace. If you apply this information to your organization, there is no limit to what your team can achieve!
Laced with humor and a straight-forward tone, his spot-on assessments of and arguements for a virtual workforce don't end there, but I won't spoil the book for you. If you are an entrepreneur or corporate executive, the information in this book is likely invaluable to the future success of your business.