4 talent practices collaboration hero.jpg

Infographic: 4 Talent Practices that Encourage Collaboration

What are the talent practices that lead to more productive workforce collaboration?

The third brief in i4cp’s four-part Purposeful Collaboration series, created in partnership with Prof. Rob Cross, is a must-read, especially in a world where hybrid and remote practices make employee connectivity and collaboration that much more challenging.

The Essential Talent Practices for Productive Collaboration explores the critical touchpoints between effective collaboration and existing, core talent practices (i.e., talent acquisition, onboarding, talent development, performance management, and rewards).

This infographic reveals key, high-level findings from the study - you can download the full report here.

4 Talent Practices that Encourage Effective Collaboration

Eric Davis
Eric received his master’s degree in journalism and mass communication from Marshall University in 1996. He has had 20+ years of workforce experience in a variety of fields. Before coming to i4cp, he worked as a laboratory technician for DuPont, a conference planner for Marshall University, the public relations manager for the Robert C. Byrd Institute for Advanced Technical Manufacturing, and a graphic designer for COX Communications.