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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Blog

The Business Value of Diversity and Inclusion

Blog | Author: Sue Lam | Source: HCI | Published: May 12, 2016

Most businesses intuitively know that diversity matters and by now, the importance of diversity has been quantified. For example, a McKinsey study found that gender diverse organizations are 15% more likely to financially outperform those in the bottom quartile whereas ethnically diverse companies are 35% more likely to do so. But what is considered diversity? Is it one’s ethnicity, gender, sexual preference, age, veteran status, or their way of thinking? Or is it a combination of factors?

White Paper

The Future of Work

White Paper | Author: BetterWorks | Source: BetterWorks | Published: April 15, 2016

Digital technologies are changing the nature of the jobs we do. What does that mean for the future of work?

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A Closer Look at Performance Management in the New Work Environment

Blog | Author: BetterWorks | Source: HCI | Published: April 13, 2016
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In the last decade, new organizational models with greater geographical distribution, more matrixed structures, and increased diversity, as well as accelerated technology innovation, have made the way we work more interconnected than ever. “Sixty-seven percent of employees report an increase in work requiring active collaboration,”4 according to CEB. In the same study, general managers and senior executives reported needing a 20 percent improvement in employee performance.

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