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.

Coming Full Circle with BRM Philosophy: New Workforce Generation

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According to a study conducted by the Society for Human Resource Management, 94% of future generations want to use their skills to benefit a cause. This overwhelming demand for greater purpose in the workplace cannot be ignored.

How to Evolve from Internal Competition to United Teams

How to Evolve from Internal Competition to United Teams

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Organizational silos form when people differ in their approach on how to achieve business value. As a result, independent groups jostle and vie for an organization’s resources, creating unhealthy internal competition. Learn how to evolve your organization from internal competition to united teams!

Achieve Success at BRMConnect 2019

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If you’re looking for the next step in advancing your BRM role or capability, then look to BRMConnect! Attend the conference to discover the true meaning of your business value and learn how to demonstrate this powerful capability and philosophy to your leadership!

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Enjoy Life at BRMConnect 2019

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Come enjoy life to the fullest at BRMConnect! See the historical sights of New Orleans and connect with our single global BRM community!

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Create Momentum at BRMConnect 2019

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Join us at BRMConnect to create momentum that will carry attendees throughout the entire year. Find inspiration and motiviation from other BRMs worldwide!

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Set Goals at BRMConnect 2019

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Partner with us at BRMConnect 2019 and set goals! Spend one-on-one time with coaches and exhibitors showcasing new tools and exciting advancements for BRMs!

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Shared Purpose is more than just a Tiebreaker

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Shared purpose. It’s here and evolving organizational culture across the globe. Organizations recognize that profit alone will not drive tomorrow’s world.

Relationshipism: We Need Psychological Safety

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There is a kind of universal hidden language; and that is called ‘trust’. When we distrust, we activate our ‘fear-network’. Consequently, fear locks all doors to the parts that we need to think and feel empathy, leaving little room for psychological safety

How Your Purpose Shapes the Value of Your Work

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Most of us strive to live a life of purpose. But within the day-to-day hustle of life, it’s all too easy to lose sight of what truly drives us. This can, in turn, affect not just our relationships and our lifestyles, but also our professional lives.

Relationshipism: Build Your Kin-Group

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You are the average of the 5 people you spend the most time with. It may be common sense, yet uncommon practice. In any close group, you have to contribute, you have to stay healthy, you have to learn, and you have to help people flourish.
Life does not promise us stability. Rather, it gives us a laboratory where we can experiment. And we should!
Because what is the point of being alive if you never get to do what you came to this planet to do?

Relationshipism and Human Connection

Relationshipism and Human Connection: Explained by the BRMConnect Keynote Speaker

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We are excited to announce this year’s keynote speaker at the World BRMConnect Conference, Danielle Hellebrand!
In this highlight article, Danielle shares her valuable take on Relationshipism and the future of business management, primarily driven by a strategic BRM capability and human connection.

Relationshipism Identifies Recognized Value

Relationshipism Identifies Recognized Value Through BRM

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A BRM capability provides invaluable benefit to both employees and their organization by promoting intangible value.
Since it can be difficult to understand the benefits of intangible value, one question commonly heard by BRMs is:
“How does Business Relationship Management (BRM) and ultimately, Relationshipism, identify recognized value for an organization?”

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