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7 Simple Ways to Cultivate a Happy Workplace

High employee turnover is the headache of every HR department and costs US companies nearly $11 billion a year collectively. Additionally, it is estimated that lost productivity from unhappy and [...]

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5 Simple Ways Leadership Teams Can Inspire Collaboration and Knowledge Sharing

It’s no secret that knowledge is the currency of business, and with good reason. Traditionally, companies relied on physical resources to maintain their lion share of the demanding market and [...]

How to Earn Member Engagement

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6 Steps to Building Remote Team Success

Today’s businesses rarely rely on the in-office teams they used to. In fact, with 70% of people working remotely at least once a week worldwide, the remote workforce is booming, a trend that will [...]

Knowledge Collaboration: the New Business Imperative

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The Give and Take Manifesto

We believe in generosity at work. The research shows (and our experience bears out) that when we are helpful to others at work, our job satisfaction, health, sense of wellbeing, work product, [...]

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4 Challenges of Sales Onboarding (and One Solution!)

Onboarding new sales people is a challenge facing every sales leader. According to Training Industry Magazine: “Every extra day reps spend ramping is a day the company loses money. Between long [...]

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4 Effective Collaboration Techniques for Sales Teams

Sales is inherently competitive. And to some degree, it should be. Competition motivates many sales personalities to do their best. But sales can and should also be collaborative, and contrary to [...]

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5 Drawbacks to Traditional Sales Collaboration Techniques (and What Really Works!)

Summary: Salespeople need information almost every day that can help them close deals. Givitas can help large, distributed sales teams collaborate on knowledge, move faster, and sell more.  I’ve [...]

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The Difference Between General-Use and Purpose-Built Platforms

There’s been a lot of news in the last year about how social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn have almost addictive qualities. Since their business models depend on ad [...]

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