Ed Rigsbee

When people aren't happy about their jobs or their employers, they don't show up consistently, they produce less and their work quality suffers.

To attract more success in business, you don't have to network more; you just have to network more intentionally. This means becoming more focused, engaging, trusted and memorable. 

While successful alliances require work and process, the benefits justify the effort. To improve your organization's performance, production and profitability you must do more than just fix a problem.

Most large organizations employ alliance managers to facilitate external strategic alliances. Yet, oftentimes, little attention is paid to internal partnering.

Partner selling is a logical approach to selling in today's electronically connected world. We all like to do business with people we know and trust.

Has your organization ever implemented an improvement project that turned out to be ill-imagined, too costly or simply off the mark? Unfortunately, many companies have. As the economy becomes more uncertain, many organizations (including your competitors) will be looking for ways to shore up lost sales, market share and profits.

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