by Robert Andrejev
Good leaders know the value of motivation and cohesiveness among team members in a work environment in order to bring success to projects and tasks. Fostering positive interaction and building the necessary team-related skills, however, has become challenging in our ever-changing and expanding business world. In today’s workplace, it is not uncommon for leaders to be faced with the challenges of uniting workers from different locations, countries, and organizations.
Drawing on his experiences working in teams across buildings, lands and seas, Robert Andrejev shares ideas of activities that enhance team-related skills through Virtual Team Building Exercises: A Guide to Managing Human Resources over Space and Time. Based on the five senses and a number of games, hobbies, and interests, Andrejev’s exercises can be modified and applied to a variety of teams in today’s workplace.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Many years of working on teams in the workplace have led Robert Andrejev to prepare this guide and share ideas that support team building. A native of Michigan, Andrejev is a project manager who lives in the suburbs of Detroit. His education includes degrees from the following institutions:
Master’s Degree – Information Management and Communication – Walsh College, Troy, Michigan – 2000
Bachelor’s Degree – Human Resources – Training and Development, Oakland University, Rochester Hills, Michigan – 1993
Associate’s Degree – Business – Macomb Community College, Warren, Michigan – 1989
He is a member of the Project Management Institute, and he volunteers his time in a variety of activities. Virtual Team Building Exercises is his first published book.
(2006, paperback, 52 pages)