Discover the best way to get c-level executives to opt-in on-line so you can send them your message, reaching them at their desk in their email daily.
Scott Allen has a promising tele-seminar on leveraging your network. What Scott plans to shares is relevant to any reader interested building profitable business relationships. Why is this program important?
What evidence do employees and customers have that define their relationships with your company? Business relationships are built on individual actions that create mutual benefit. …
John Battelle’s March 2004 Business 2.0 column, The Net of Influence, shares the importance of connecting with the top influencer’s in your industry. Battelle presents more examples supporting the group size of 150 in social networking. Here is a summary of his article with additional commentary for specific application.
With recent events at Royal Dutch/Shell and Walt Disney Company, shareholder relationships is something you want to consider more carefully. Financial Times describes Sir Philip Watts (Royal Dutch/Shell) as the king who didn’t talk, and Michael Eisner (Disney) as the one who didn’t listen.
You are known by the company you keep, and now you can brag about it on the social networking platform of your choice. However, if you want powerful relationships that grow your ability to be profitable (not just popular), then it’s ever more important to surround yourself with quality relationship that promote mutual benefit.
Tuning your management style to build stronger employee relationships that in turn cultivate the results you want in business and more profits for your organization.
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