Building Business Relationships

Are you struggling to create and keep profitable customers? Columns for Sales and Marketing Management who wants to build business relationships.
Tuesday, October 28, 2003

Executives contribute to a companies success

Economist reveals a recent study showing a solid correlation between strong executives and corporate profits. While a few executives are vilified in the public eye, hundreds more are working away to improve their organizations. Successful executives lead employees toward tangible objectives, they cultivate peer relationships, and can be prosperous in any industry.

With employees opinions of bosses honesty and ethical standards are lower than ever before (see figure 1), don't let your value to the organization go to your head. Regaining trust will require clear action and relationships are built by example-- while you have a hard road to travel, you can regain the respect you deserve for the hard efforts you've invested in the company.

Justin Hitt helps executive build stronger relationships that can increase profits and create loyal customers. For more information visit Inside Strategic Relations or call +1 (877) 207-3798

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