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    HR TRAINING 2021 - Developing a Successful Results-Based Work Culture

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    Website https://www.traininng.com/webinar/developing-a-successful-results-based-work-culture--202130live | Edit Freely

    Category HR TRAINING 2021

    Deadline: March 02, 2021 | Date: March 02, 2021

    Venue/Country: Online event, U.S.A

    Updated: 2020-12-28 17:36:11 (GMT+9)

    Call For Papers - CFP

    Overview

    Now, with many of us leading remote teams, we need new ways of determining results. This webinar provides an overview of the objectives and characteristics of a successful results-based work culture.

    You will learn the importance of establishing task-based, SMART goals for team members and how to set your team up for success. You will learn tips to build an open, trusting connection with your team, to establish accountability, and to communicate successes.

    Why you should Attend

    Building a successful results-based work culture has many benefits including increased productivity, performance and efficiency. The focus of a results-based work culture shifts from “putting in time at the office or my desk” to meeting and exceeding goals.

    Employees have clear individual goals that fit into team goals, which ultimately support the company’s goals. In this time of increased remote work, there is an opportunity to rethink how we lead and evaluate performance.


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