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You’ve Got Your BRMP® ….Now What?

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You’ve earned your BRMP, well done! But what comes next? Here is a comprehensive guide to the next six weeks after you’ve earned your BRMP. By following the six week action plan, you can capture the full value of your BRMP certification and position yourself as a strategic partner within your organization. Embrace each opportunity for growth and continuous learning, and empower yourself to drive positive change and innovation on your professional journey.

The Impact of the Age of Abundance on Business Relationship Management: Nurturing Purposeful Connections

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The Age of Abundance presents a evolutionary era for BRM professionals. By embracing the complexity and abundance of choices, cultivating purposeful relationships, and leveraging the democratization of resources and technology, BRM practitioners can thrive in this new age. Through their strategic guidance, BRM professionals have the potential to shape organizations that harness the richness of abundance to drive growth, create value, and make a positive impact on society at large.

Volunteers Make the World Brighter: April is Volunteer Appreciation Month

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As April unfolds, we step into a month dedicated to acknowledging the immeasurable impact of volunteers worldwide. BRM Institute volunteers tirelessly champion the principles of BRM, nurturing a global network of professionals dedicated to strategic partnership and value realization. Volunteer Appreciation Month offers a fitting moment to extend our heartfelt gratitude to these exceptional individuals.

Certification Preferred – The New Business Standard

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Through the training and certification process, professionals learn the ins and outs of the art and practice of Business Relationship Management and are equipped with a wide range of practice-proven techniques and frameworks at every stage of the BRM role maturity allowing them to make immediate meaningful contributions to their organization’s bottom line.

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The University of Birmingham

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