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Improving Departmental Collaboration

Join POPin and special guest Ron Fuschillo, CIO of Renown Health, as we discuss how to improve departmental collaboration.

Departmental collaboration is a thermometer for your organization’s culture. When your employees feel comfortable working together and communicating effectively, it’s reflective of a healthy culture. When collaboration is strained, there are areas in your organization that need to be improved- whether it’s your meetings, social silos, employee tunnel vision, or more.

During this special webinar, we will discuss:

- Ways to recognize the health of your departmental collaboration
- How to improve the ways your employees communicate
- Real examples from Renown Health of how to improve collaboration
between departments
- Best practices for engaging with your employees

We hope you’ll join us for this special webinar.
Recorded Sep 18 2018 29 mins
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  • Improving Departmental Collaboration Recorded: Sep 18 2018 29 mins
    Ron Fuschillo, CIO of Renown Health
    Join POPin and special guest Ron Fuschillo, CIO of Renown Health, as we discuss how to improve departmental collaboration.

    Departmental collaboration is a thermometer for your organization’s culture. When your employees feel comfortable working together and communicating effectively, it’s reflective of a healthy culture. When collaboration is strained, there are areas in your organization that need to be improved- whether it’s your meetings, social silos, employee tunnel vision, or more.

    During this special webinar, we will discuss:

    - Ways to recognize the health of your departmental collaboration
    - How to improve the ways your employees communicate
    - Real examples from Renown Health of how to improve collaboration
    between departments
    - Best practices for engaging with your employees

    We hope you’ll join us for this special webinar.
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