SabreTown helps Sabre Holdings thrive!

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Host Michael Lee Stallard with guest Al Comeaux of Sabre Holdings

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In this webcast we hear Al Comeaux, Senior Vice President of Corporate Communications at Sabre Holdings, present an overview of SabreTown, the remarkable social networking platform Sabre built in-house. I saw Al's presentation at a conference and was struck by the profound and positive impact Sabretown has had on Sabre Holdings. In Al's presentation you will learn: - how the SabreTown community is increasing connections among employees over geographic distances, while saving the company money and creating efficiency, - how it has become a powerful knowledge management tool, - what Sabre did that resulted in a extraordinary rate of adoption of SabreTown by Sabre employees, - how Sabre designed SabreTown so that it requires little oversight, - how SabreTown helps new employees get up to speed faster If you work in information technology, corporate communications, training and development, or corporate learning roles, this is a presentation you don't want to miss! I hope you'll watch this fascinating and enlightening presentation that shows how social media and corporate culture are combining to take organizations to the next step in their evolution.

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Join Michael Lee Stallard, author of the best-selling book "Fired Up or Burned Out" and president of the consulting firm E Pluribus Partners, as he speaks or interviews guests about leadership and employee engagement. Michael has been the author of articles or quoted in leading publications including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Leadership Excellence, Leader to Leader, Chief Learning Officer, The Economic Times, Shukan Diayamondo and Capital. His is frequent speaker including at events for Fortune Magazine, the Corporate Executive Board, and the World Presidents Organization. Michael is a guest lecturer at the University of Virginia's Darden Business School and New York University's Stern School of Business.