Building and Leading Teams

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Your employees can demonstrate leadership in any role. Today’s workforce is filled with teams that must perform efficiently together, and team members are often located across multiple regions. Learn how to identify employees that will contribute to a high-performing team, recognize what communication techniques support knowledge sharing and collaboration, and discover ways to encourage employees to step into leadership roles within the team dynamic.

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Become an Alignment Leader: Position Your Organization to Win

Webcast | Presented By: Reed Deshler | Webcast Airs: February 28, 2017

Explore the role of alignment leaders and the benefits they can provide to your organization. Alignment leaders can help organizations better understand how choices affect their organization, build the capacity to sustain change, and transform stumbling blocks into strengths.

White Paper

Designing and Implementing a Successful Business Model

White Paper | Source: AlignOrg Solutions | Published: February 22, 2017

Your business model details what problem you will solve for your customers and how you will do so in a distinctive way that will ensure a profitable bottom line. But practically speaking, how will you create an organization that will allow you ...

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Blog

Turnover Is Killing Us!

Blog | Author: Online Rewards | Source: HCI | Published: February 22, 2017

It’s expensive to attract, train, and replace employees: the Bureau of National Affairs estimates that turnover costs U.S. businesses over $11 billion annually. The non-profit workplace improvement organization Catalyst estimates it costs between 50–60% of an employee’s annual salary to replace them, with total costs* as high as 150–200%, depending on their position in the company — and it will take an average of 52 days to do it.

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