Pequot Lakes High School graduate releases book about working remotely
Pequot Lakes grad releases book on leading a business remotely
Pequot Lakes High School graduate Alexis (Visser) Gerst has released her first book, called "Leading Remote Teams: Embrace the Future of Remote Work Culture."
This book will take readers on a journey beyond average office leadership and into the high-performing realm of remote leadership. Gerst draws on her experiences leading technical teams before and during the pandemic to teach leaders how to embrace the technology available, improve work-from-home productivity, and maintain human connection in a remote work environment.
“Leading Remote Teams: Embrace the Future of Remote Work Culture” champions the future potential of remote work, explores the advantages of a workplace paradigm shift and delivers tactical tips for remote leaders to enable team success.
Gerst graduated as a valedictorian from the Pequot Lakes High School class of 2013. After graduating from high school, she enlisted in the U.S. Air Force. She received a commission in 2018 and is currently serving on active duty at Hill Air Force Base in Utah as an acquisition program manager.
Gerst is projected to earn her Master of Business Administration in engineering management from Southern New Hampshire University in December 2021.
Her parents, Dean and Briana Visser, are small business owners in Pequot Lakes. Their business, Benvelle Equestrian Center, is a local riding and horse boarding stable and has been in operation since 1994.
The eBook and paperback versions of the book will be distributed exclusively through Amazon.com, and Gerst plans to release an audiobook version through Audible in the coming weeks. Starting April 13, readers can find “Leading Remote Teams: Embrace the Future of Remote Work Culture” on Amazon.com.
Readers can also connect with Gerst on LinkedIn or at www.alexisgerst.com.