Companies all over the world could greatly benefit from moving part of even all their staff to work from home as virtual employees. Using the techniques and strategies inside The Invisible Organization, all that is possible quickly and efficiently. If you are the CEO of a company that could benefit by generating more profits, shedding overhead and thrilling staff, this book is a must read. Penned by former CEO of Tony Robbins and Chet Holmes Business Breakthroughs, International, Russo successfully scaled the company with nearly 100% growth per year, and about 300 remote staff, owning no infrastructure. Russo helps clients create the leadership management strategy as outlined in his book and advises CEOs on moving "virtual" with confidence. Why is this book different than other books on working virtually? Because it comes from the CEOs perspective as an operating executive; dealing with the strategy of creating momentum around changing the company, slowly at first and then accelerating as results prove viable. The book is more of a blueprint designed to accomplish this singular act of internal revolution.
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About the Author
Mitch Russo has been building companies all of his adult life, starting with his world dominating Timeslips Corp which changed the way service professionals track and bill their time, to corporate environments where staff accounts for project hours. His creation of Timeslips Corp from a room over his garage amassed over 250,000 clients worldwide by the time the company was sold to SAGE Plc. Additionally Russo build the first certified consultant program in the software industry later copied by Intuit with Russo's advice. Having grown to over 350 field consultants, generating millions in additional revenue, the company regarding ever one of those people as family and build life-long relationships with many. After selling, Russo joined forces with long-time friend Chet Holmes and ran his company as President before merging with Tony Robbins to create Business Breakthroughs, International. There as CEO, he created two multimillion dollar divisions for BBI which contributed to the company's spectacular growth, all as virtual staff. With the endorsement and confidence of his partner, Tony Robbins, Russo helped create the first virtual training system for both Chet and Tony's ground breaking materials. After Chet's untimely and tragic death in 2011, Russo began writing The Invisible Organization at the prompting of long time friend and mentor; Jay Abraham. Today Russo helps CEOs create massive profits through the techniques outlined in his book.