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Collaboration and Inclusion as an Enabler of Building Resilience

ICOR will present Collaboration and Inclusion as an Enabler of Building Resilience on Wednesday, April 20, 2022, at 1:00 p.m. ET, the latest webinar in its ongoing educational series. Registration in now open here.

In a world where the only constant is change, embracing a culture of collaboration is essential for businesses to grow and thrive. Collaboration – and it is a skill that can be learned – is an enabler of true teamwork across an organization.

Collaboration is an important skill that helps us achieve various types of accomplishments and is crucial to working in an inclusive setting. No matter what the industry, you will improve not only your own performance but the performance of your organization, by effectively collaborating with your colleagues.

Attend this webinar to learn more about how collaboration increases engagement from all of its interested parties, enabling working together towards a common purpose or goal, and a sense of shared ownership or a joint vision to building resilience.

With your participation, you will receive 1 (one) continuing education hour.

Register for Collaboration and Inclusion as an Enabler of Building Resilience here.

ICOR’s unique certification recognizes the capabilities of those who lead in increasing the resilience of their organization. It credentials personnel who understand two or more of the disciplines that build a more resilient organization.


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