Uncovering the Unconnected Employee

Baber, Anne; Waymon, Lynne
May 2008
T+D;May2008, Vol. 62 Issue 5, p60
The article provides information regarding the employees who do not network for the company in the U.S. According to a "Harvard Business Review" article, strategic networking to help uncover and capitalize on new opportunities for the company puts the tools of networking in the service of business goals. Eight traditional ways that unconnected employees affect their companies are also discussed. The author says that one of the competencies already acquired for entry into the American government's Senior Executive Service is building coalitions and communication.


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