Building the Case for Your Community of Practice

Building a network, or community of practice, is somewhat akin to building bridges – bridges that help you make your collective way to enhanced levels of professionalism.

You may already belong to a thriving network of peers outside your office walls, but have you considered the opportunity for such a group within your own workplace?

Establishing an internal community of practice (COP) for administrative staff is incredibly empowering. As with any worthwhile undertaking, it requires investments of time and thoughtful planning. When effectively managed, it can empower colleagues, reduce operational silos, and benefit your company in succession planning and much more.

To see my article on building the case for a community of practice in your workplace, click here.

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