You’re only as good as people say you are. What are your internal and external customers saying? Do they want to work with you or do they feel that they have to? Take control of your reputation by knowing how you are perceived and managing what you put in front of others. Improve your and your department’s reputation. Get more feedback enabling you to take control of the impressions you create. Build long lasting business relationships that outlast economic downturns, miscommunication and conflict. Take charge of your business and your future.

Learning Objectives:

  • Discover and improve your professional reputation.
  • Become more fluid in talking about and supporting your organization’s business needs.
  • Get closer to business leaders and be seen and called upon as a necessary asset.
Friday, November 10, 2017
Shari Harley
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