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The Root of BRM is More than IT and Business, it’s Human Connection
“People have lost the ability to connect and work together in a way that sparks creativity, that fosters chaos, (and) that supports failure,” Dizes said.
In an interview with CEO of APM Group Richard Pharro, Danielle Dizes, Knowledge Champion of BRM Institute, unpacks BRM philosophy, why it’s helping our global relationship crisis, and the benefits we’re reaping because of it.
Harness the Power of Active Listening to Drive Better Results as a BRM
As relationship navigators, BRMs succeed through connecting with others. If you want to improve efficiency and productivity in your next interaction, ask questions about how the other person is feeling and apply active listening techniques. You may surprise yourself by the transformative results you can achieve from these simple behavior changes.
Moving the Needle on Culture Evolution
What is culture? Culture is symbolic communication. It represents a way of life for a group of people with shared behaviors, beliefs, values, and symbols. As BRMs, we manage a delicate balance between optimizing business value and evolving culture towards shared partnerships.
Organization Membership – Why Belonging Shapes Success
An organization reaches top-level performance when its people feel empowered to pursue meaningful work connected by shared ownership of organizational values. BRM Institute organization membership provides world-renowned training, resources, and knowledge to help you cultivate meaningful professional relationships.
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Defense Security Service
Department of Veterans Affairs
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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