Inside Strategic Relations, 6 June 2003 Correction
In the last issue of Inside Strategic Relations, I offered you a chance to participate in a research study conducted by the Center for Strategic Relations -- however, I provided the wrong web address. The correct address is as follows:
Economic Concerns and Challenges Facing Executives
In addition, for the inconvenience, I have followed this note with a bonus lesson on how to recover from mistakes and errors in your business without harming business relationships.
If there is anything I can do for you, please let me know.
Strategic Relations Consultant, Author & Speaker
By Justin Hitt, Strategic Relations Consultant, https://www.justinhitt.com/
Everyone makes mistakes, but mistakes make your company look bad. The mistake itself is not a problem, it's how you handle the mistake is what makes all the difference to business relationships.
Here are a few tips to help you address mistakes in your business:
While mistakes are unavoidable, train your people how to recover without harming your investment in the relationship. Look at mistakes as an opportunity to improve, and bring yourself closer to your customers needs.
© 2003 Justin Hitt, All rights reserved.
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Justin Hitt is a strategic relations consultant with the Center for Strategic Relations. He is available for limited consultative support of professional organizations serving other businesses. Call +1 (877) 207-3798 or visit https://iunctura.com/
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