Personal networks have a strong impact on overall effectiveness in the workplace today. Research over the past 20 years consistently shows that people with better networks assimilate into an organization faster and stay longer. They tend to be promoted earlier than their peers, and are more likely to be high performers, paid better, more mobile, and more influential in their organizations. However, the key to an effective network is not simply a bigger network. Rather, high performers tend to have networks that both leverage and extend their skills and abilities in important ways. Providing executives with a means of developing and obtaining feedback on their personal network is an effective way to promote the right connectivity.
On-Board New Hires Rapidly
Replicate Networks of High Performers
Improve Leadership Development & Career Planning
Reduce Knowledge Loss from Retirements or Turnover
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