Documenting Best Practices

Work smarter, not harder. In “Documenting Best Practices,” former Navy SEAL Jon Sanchez—a noted speaker on team and leadership development—discusses how organizations like yours can define, identify, document, use, and share best practices in your work serving veterans, service members, and military families.

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One of the incredible benefits of collaborating in our work to serve veterans, service members, and military families is the opportunity to share what we’ve learned and what’s working. Learning the skills to help you capture best practices can help collaboratives like yours work smarter, not harder. This course, “Documenting Best Practices,” narrated by former Navy SEAL and CEO of Team Performance Institute, Jon Sanchez, covers some essential considerations for capturing best practices in your organization to improve systems and processes such as: defining and sharing “best practices;” uncovering barriers to capturing best practices; fostering a collaborative culture that enables organizational learning; and integrating best practices into your organizational learning strategy.

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