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Find Your Focus in the Era of Remote Work
One of the cornerstones of a BRM capability is thriving through adaptability when new organizational challenges arise. Any organization would be remiss to ignore the global sensation that is the reflexive induction of remote work. Your readiness and aptitude to handle this new frontier with ease and confidence will set you apart as a highly-valued professional.
Celebrate All Things BRM During World #BRMWeek 2021
Announcing World #BRMWeek, February 7-13, 2021, which honors all of the work you do for your organization week-long celebration of all things BRM! Want to take part in the festivities worldwide? Take a look at the week of events we have planned for you and your team!
BRM Institute Announces New Board of Directors
BRM Institute is pleased to congratulate Sarah Fogg, Baziel Barends, Darrel Popowich, Joe Topinka, Sarah Ozahioglu, Ibrahim Jackson, Dilchad Dharsey, Arnie Wetherhill, Aaron Monroe, Glenn Remoreras, Chris Lucas, Ronn Faigen and Aaron Barnes on their new and continued roles on the Board of Directors.
A GivingTuesday Thank You Message – from the BRM Institute Team
As the end of the year approaches, people often find themselves reflecting. While 2020 certainly came with its unique set of challenges, gratitude brings perspective. The BRM Institute team is enormously grateful for all of you in the BRM community! Your passion for excellence, unique backgrounds, and tireless contributions continue to help the global BRM community thrive.
GivingTuesday: Unite with Millions Worldwide in Gratitude and Generosity
On this #GivingTuesday, BRM Institute encourages the world to give back to ensure Business Relationship Management’s association continues supporting the growing community of BRM professionals worldwide!
Cultivating Powerful Relationships: Build Partnering Relationships
To cultivate powerful relationships is to recognize all work relationships are inherently partnerships. Why? Because partnership implies equality. Your role is no less important than that of your counterpart. Your partners can range from executives to HR to people outside your organizations. Regardless of the role, with a compassionate mindset and purpose providing the context for your partnering relationship, you can help everyone thrive in your pursuit of shared goals.
Cultivating Powerful Relationships: Lead with Purpose
To affect the culture of an organization is to affect the relationships between people. Relationships are the true lever to evolving culture. It is not guesswork or random luck. It’s relationship management.
Cultivating Powerful Relationships: The 21st Century Case for Compassion
Compassion stems from our innate ability to empathize with other creatures. BRMs are natural compassion practitioners, BRMs exist to help others.
Cultivating Powerful Relationships: For People, a Greater Purpose, and to Preserve the Planet
The Relationship-Centered Organization optimizes the power of individuals and organizations to contribute to a common good. By empowering individual purpose and connecting people through partnering work relationships, organizations thrive to drive value long into the future.
How the BRM Mindset Prepared Me for C-Suite Leadership
Read on as Glenn shares his story, journey and more in the hope you will be inspired, challenged and encouraged to chase your dreams.
Relationshipism- The Theory for Our Connected World
Humankind was intended to rely upon one another for support and guidance; however, the ability to know how to establish authentic connections has been lost…until now. Relationshipism returns connection to humanity by bringing awareness to what really matters in life and business: relationships.
How to Build Meaningful Relationships that Create Successful BRMs
BRM is an art and science; the science is the tools, techniques, frameworks, and certifications. You have to have those things to be a successful BRM, but the art is applying BRM and that’s where you really make the difference.
Meaningfully Connect to Your Global BRM Community by Giving Back
At its core, volunteerism is a selfless act of giving with no thought of what you receive in return. You are giving your time and energy to a cause or group of people to create a lasting, positive impact. However, there are many personal and professional benefits to volunteering. The birth of the single, global BRM community is a shining example of the possibilities created when a small group of driven individuals aim to improve the industry standards for the BRM role.
How Relationship-Centered Organizations will Shape the Fifth Industrial Revolution
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.
Evolving Together at BRMConnect Virtual 2020
On Monday, August 24th, 2020, over 400 BRMs from all across the globe poured into the colorful Welcome Area at BRMConnect Virtual 2020.
The Risky Business of Distributed Power
As BRMConnect Virtual 2020 ends today, Baziel Barends reminds you just how powerful you are as a BRM. “To take on this transition, the biggest risk is not taking it on at all. As BRMs and as leaders, we are at the forefront of this journey. Embrace these concepts of shared ownership, of infinite value, of Relationshipism.” -Baziel Barends
An Evolution: When Passion Becomes Your Purpose
Join Shubham and the single, global BRM community as he shares his process of discovering his true purpose by following what he is most passionate about in his career and in life: building trusted relationships.
Do You Speak CxO?
Imagine this… You’re meeting with your organization’s leadership to share a new initiative you feel strongly about pursuing. You’ve prepared a polished presentation that highlights the value in this effort and the timeline for return-on-investment. Once you’ve finished, you feel it went really well! But… The c-suite doesn’t go for it. What’s more frustrating is you don’t even know exactly why your initiative was turned down. You’re not alone. Many BRMs have found themselves in this situation, including BRMConnect Virtual Storyteller, Darrel Popowich.