New research reveals that talent with limited networking skills have a negative impact on business operations in a wide variety of arenas - retention, management, decision-making, business development, and productivity. Networking is not just a job-finding skill. Networks help your employees get the job done and tap into knowledge for both small to global enterprises. Knowing how to create, cultivate, and capitalize on networking opportunities is critical to building thriving communities of practice that extend beyond your organization. You may be surprised to realize how little your employees know about this critical networking competency. Discover the learnable behaviors that underlie networking competency. Learn how you can get your organization started, or further down the road, when it comes to leveraging networks for productivity.