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The ABCs: Relationships and You
Let’s take a look at the ABCs of a relationship-centered organization (RCO) and break them down into digestible little nuggets of knowledge. An RCO is an organization that sees the benefit and added value in purposeful relationships. It is a comprehensive system focused on relationships as the source for limitless energy, driving value, and helping an organization satisfy its purpose. It establishes value in the triple bottom line consisting of people, purpose, and planet.
What’s My Role?
As a BRM, you are in a unique position. You get to use the BRM capabilities in the best possible way to facilitate a partnership with people in your organization. Personal experiences, stories of triumphs, and tribulations always help other BRMs with both their struggles and achievements.
Essential Reading for BRMs in 2022: Books to Light Your Path
Whether you love to set goals; have a chance for a fresh, clean start; or aim to leap forward to work on professional or personal aspirations; it’s time to embrace spring with a renewed excitement for all of the opportunities it may hold. As the sunny days start to outnumber the stormy ones, we’re taking a moment to list (in no particular order) seven influential books that we feel will strengthen your skills and spark excitement toward building better relationships.
Is It Really About Relationships?
The world has the potential to be completely transformed by discovering what a relationship-centered organization (RCO) is and how much value it adds to workplaces and lives. Too many organizational leaders conform to old ideologies, not realizing the growth potential in transforming their mindset.
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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
Anchor BRM in every organization as a fundamental necessity.