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Sing in Collaboration

Tuesday, June 29, 2010 by Slaughter Development

Ever wonder what the results would be if there was further collaboration on an already established masterpiece? The end result just may strike an inspirational chord.

In 1955 The Staple Singers released the instant classic “Stand By Me.” The song was such a sensation that it has been re-recorded by many artists including The Drifters, Otis Redding, John Lennon and Seal—to name only a few.

There’s no denying that this hit song, with its heartfelt lyrics and moving melody, has stood the test of time. So, how could it get any better? In the short video below, see how an international collaboration on the song does just that.

Achieving success as an individual is incredibly rewarding. It not only brings pride and inspiration, but a great sense of accomplishment and individuality—without a doubt, results that spark motivation and creativity. And while there are enormous benefits to satisfying individual goals and attaining individual success, there is something to be said about the unique results that come from integrating further collaboration.

Slaughter Development works towards this exact goal: improving company workflow through collaboration. We help bring increased productivity so that your company, your team and/or your stakeholders have the time to create the next great idea and innovate new processes that further overall success. Contact us today to learn more about how our Workplace Diagnostics program can help you. We’ll be here to stand by you and help open the doors to the next great inspiration in your business.

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