BRM Philosophy

BRM as a Philosophy widens the lens on BRM and demonstrates that the strategic and tactical skills of BRMs have a broader use in the world at large. Notably, everything from breaking down silos to convergence of ideas can be applied in a bigger, philosophical sense. Ultimately, BRM focuses on the building and fostering of relationships to satisfy personal and organizational purpose.

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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.

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How Relationship-Centered Organizations will Shape the Fifth Industrial Revolution

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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.

The Risky Business of Distributed Power

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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

So, Your BRM Program Has Been Established….Now What?

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Day Three of BRMConnect Virtual is off to a fantastic start with people tuning in from all around the globe! Stephanie Todd and her team of Los Angeles County, developed Four Stages of BRM Role Execution that you can adopt in your role today

The Relationship-Centered Organization: Accessing Infinite Value Through Relationships

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Relationship-Centered Organizations understand the incredible power inherent in the creative human mind and the need for human relationships to supercharge and distribute that power. Relationship-Centered Organizations advance your business relationship management capability and are focused on people, purpose, and planet, not just for benevolent reasons, but because it is in their best interest: It is the only way to position your organization to access infinite value.

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Millennial Mindset: Disrupt or be Disrupted

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Millennials will make up nearly 75% of the global workforce by 2025. Learn how BRM philosophy meets the needs of millennials in your organization!

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The Top 10 Things a BRM is Not

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Struggling to balance your role responsibilities with expectations from yourself and others? Here are 10 examples of what a BRM is not!

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Purpose: A Roadmap to Living Your Best Life

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As a BRM, if you authentically live your purpose in everything you do, including your career, people will naturally support you. If you intimately know yourself, and the reason why YOU exist, then no moment in your life will be wasted.

Evolutionary Leadership

Become an Evolutionary Leader, Shape Tomorrow

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True leaders are adaptable and have a pulse on the environment in which they operate in order to evolve. As the global human population grows exponentially, the need for evolutionary leaders is more critical than ever. Additionally, understanding how to lead people with authenticity is paramount if we aim to foster a more equitable world where everyone has a voice.

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How Progressive’s IT BRM Team Leverages Empathy

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In order to better understand your strategic partners and address their needs, BRMs need empathy in their toolset. When you view your strategic partners as equals, you maintain the mindset of shared risk—shared reward, and can move to a Trusted Advisor in that relationship more efficiently.

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