Recent News & Articles
How Relationships Can Change the World
Results-oriented relationshipism has existed since the beginning of time, it just didn’t have a name. Now it does, and it’s here to stay.
The Key to Thrive: Suresh GP, MBRM, Weighs In
The Key to Thrive: Real BRMs Weigh In to discuss the tools, techniques and resources that helped them advance their BRM role. Read the full article to learn what they revealed.
Top Five Traits to Cultivate to Thrive as a BRM
A good BRM will take this skillset, and use it to harness the abilities of multiple teams throughout the organization, thereby bringing value to the organization by thinking outside of the box to connect the dots regarding what needs done and who can best do it., BRMs also discover win-win opportunities for both the organization and the teams within it, and they will help to both manage and exceed expectations.
BRM Volunteers Leading the Way
As another summer draws to a close and we head toward BRMConnect 2021, BRM Institute would like to give a shout out to a few exceptional BRMs business relationship managers (BRMs) who have recently taken on new volunteer leadership roles on the BRM Institute Executive Council and Knowledge Team.
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Defense Security Service
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H&R Block Canada
Johnson & Johnson
Lowe’s Companies, Inc.
New York Life
Penn State University
The Home Depot
University of Sydney
Walt Disney Company
Wells Fargo Bank
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