Discover How Connecting People Makes Better Organisations
Connecting with other people, finding a sense of belonging and the need for support are natural human desires. Employees who don’t feel supported at work don’t stay around for long — or if they do, they quickly become unmotivated and unhappy. At a time when organisational structures are flattening and workforces are increasingly fluid, supporting and connecting people is more important than ever. This is where organisational communities of practice come in.
Communities of practice have many valuable benefits. They include accelerating professional development; breaking down organisational silos; enabling knowledge sharing and management; building better practice; helping to hire and retain staff; and making people happier.
“Picked up this book on Kindle Unlimited and I have to say, it is chock full of all the info and ideas you will need to get thinking about and active on building communities of practice in your organisation – thoroughly recommended!”
In this book, Emily Webber shares her learning from personal experiences of building successful communities of practice within organisations. And along the way, she gives practical guidance on creating your own.
Available as a paperback and on kindle.
Also available globally on Amazon and other booksellers’ using the search term “Building Successful Communities of Practice”
“A good book to read for all, whether you’re part of a community, a seasoned community leader or someone new to the role. It’s also good for people in roles (like operations or finance) that support communities from the outside. It’s a quick read and will give a lot of context.”
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