help those who help us.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) March 26, 2009
Innovations International Inc. announces the release of Small Acts of Inclusion- Creating Cultural Transformation. This "must have" booklet teaches employees how to create equal opportunities for success as individuals and for the organization as a whole by engaging in social networking both in person as well as through technology. Connecting with instant messages, email, and in small group settings mirrored in social networking sites can foster a sense of cultural inclusion and commitment.
"Technology has provided us with tools to increase communication and collaboration between coworkers and business partners in ways never seen before. Solutions to problems occur through small interactions that coworkers and employees have on a daily basis. Small acts have the ability to make a large difference in a company performance and profitability."
- Dr. William Guillory, Author
With the current state of today's economy, companies and organizations are searching for new and innovative ways to succeed and create inclusion with a diverse workforce. But, for many workers this new paradigm leads to fear of job loss, competitiveness, and confusion. What drives an organization's success is each individual's contribution to the company as a whole. It's important to channel negative energy into communication, cooperation, and the human desire to "help those who help us."
Small Acts of Inclusion--Creating Cultural Transformation offers its readers simple solutions on how to transform the culture of an organization using both in person interactions and high tech tools to engage and inspire. Innovations International Inc. can help companies reach their maximum potential through this booklet packed with definitions of ideas and concepts, interactive visuals, and step-by-step directions on how to implement a program in your organization. The booklet is available at no cost for a limited time. Download your copy from the Innovations International website (http://www.innovint.com) in e-book .pdf format. Hard copies are also available for anyone who would like to distribute the booklet within their organization.