Leverage Relationships for Sustainable Advantage
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Date:
Monday, September 8th, 2014
Time:
4:00 PM KSA (9:00am EST | +3:00 GMT)
Speaker:
David Hain

Description Profile You Will Learn

Leadership fads come and go, some more long-lasting, others ephemeral. Through them all runs a golden thread that determines their value-connectivity. Communities need connection with ideas, leaders need to connect with followers, and organisations need to connect with customers. Learning how to connect, deepen and sustain is a business-critical capability for our times, especially in a technologically hyper-enabled world. And the critical currency that enables meaningful connection is trust.This webinar will explain why trustful relationships are the only true sustainable advantage and explore the means to do that at individual, organisation and network level. No algorithms are required to leverage relationship capital, but an authentic and sustained commitment to some universal truths is obligatory. We will reveal and discuss these truths and explore how to develop and sustain meaningful connections, on every level, that breed loyalty, mutuality, collaborative commitment-and sustainable competitive advantage

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