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What We Know About People and Results

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During times of uncertainty, it is helpful to ground our thinking on what we know to be true. In part two of this webinar series, we will explore six declarations about results: 1. Prioritize through context; 2. Understand the reason for change; 3. Align the two sides of change; 4. Define Success; 5. Focus on adoption and usage; 6. Realize desired results and outcomes. We will make connections to today’s challenges and explore actions you can take in pursuit of individual and organizational goals.
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