Teamwork can Make or Break A Business
When it comes to winning more business and gaining continued long-term growth, teamwork is the ultimate secret weapon. However, too many businesses find themselves losing big opportunities because their team is simply not organized. Now, a leading performance software company has created an all-in-one solution to help any business stay more organized, more productive and more profitable.
Introducing Betterworks Team Edition
BetterWorks Team Edition is designed to help companies get the most out of each and every employee. Some of the highlights of this performance management software include basic goal setting and alignment features. This suite of features helps management set specific goals for each team member, keep everyone accountable and works seemingly with Slack. The bottom line? BetterWorks is the ultimate teamwork tool.
The Betterworks Team Edition also includes a number of features that allows for real-time conversations and course corrections. These features allow team leaders to communicate with individual team members as well as specific groups. The software also includes a number of conversation templates that allows managers to easily and effectively communicate with team members. That means managers can waste less time doing a status meeting in order to keep the team up to date.
In addition to a number of advanced tools, Betterworks Team Edition also comes with a number of support features to help anyone make the most out of the software. Features include in-product coaching guides, anytime access to an active support forum and live as well as on-demand webinars that help managers design and launch the program. With BetterWorks Team Edition, assistance is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Founded in Silicon Valley in 2013, Betterworks is a leading creator of organizational tools that allow businesses to organize meaningful data. The company’s flagship Betterworks’ software system is the premier performance management product.
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