Network-Oriented Workplace – Unconnected Employees Hurt Business Growthby GDN Shared Post February 5, 2018
Why a Network-Oriented Workplace? Unconnected employees hurt your business when they fail to see the big picture, don’t’ know how to uncork bureaucratic bottlenecks, and don’t contribute to enterprise-wide results.
Event Date: 02/07/2018 (2:00 pm EST – 3:00 pm EST)
In a survey of 2000 employees from many different organizations, only 20% said, “Yes, I have the network I need to get the job done.”
In this webinar, you’ll explore The 8 Networking Competencies that are needed by almost everyone, in almost every job type, at almost every level and are survival skills for The Network-Oriented Workplace (The NOW). These skills are learned over time, not overnight. And we’ll look at how to design an enterprise-wide strategy that supports the growth of employee social acumen to build the organization’s social capital and fuel future growth.
Who Should Attend
- HR professionals
- Small business owners
- Talent Management Professionals
- Sales Managers
- Diversity Program Managers
- Mentoring Program Managers
- Management consultants
Participants Will Learn
- Who are the Unconnected?
- 4 ways the Unconnected hurt your business
- Why create an enterprise-wide strategy for boosting social acumen?
- 3 reasons organizations have been slow to harness the power of social capital
- What are The 8 Networking Competencies?
- 3 Case Studies: Getting the job done, collaborating cross-functionally, and attracting new clients
Network-Oriented Workplace Presented by…
Lynne Waymon is an internationally recognized expert on networking and business development and the co-author of Strategic Connections: The New Face of Networking in a Collaborative World (AMACOM, NY, 2015) and Make Your Contacts Count (NY, 2nd Edition, American Management Association). In keynotes and training programs she gives professionals in corporate, association, university, and government audiences, as well as people in professional services firms, practical strategies for getting things done through networking, collaboration, and alliance building. Her strategies, in print and in person, are recognized as state-of-the-art.
Recent clients include the Bristol-Myers Squibb, KPMG, Deloitte Financial Advisory Services, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Booz-Allen Hamilton, U.S. Cellular, Verizon, Corning, DuPont, Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, First Horizon Bank, HSBC Bank, the consulting firm of Bates White, the National Business Incubation Association, the Consumer Electronics Association, the American Institute of Architects, George Washington University, Georgetown University, the Smithsonian, the National Geographic Society, the Treasury Executive Institute, the Central Intelligence Agency, the Defense Intelligence Agency, and the U.S. Departments of State, Agriculture, FDA, Commerce, & Navy, the NIH, the Presidential Fellows Program.