Why Senior Executives and Corporate Leaders Buy Our eBooks
Culture, Culture, Culture. It’s emphasized to death. What really matters is being aligned in order to get the work done. Alignment depends on the strength of the relationships among employees and teams.
Effective leaders recognize that communication skills are the foundation for building strong business relationships, effective teams, and an aligned organization.
How to Who elevates team relationship skills, thereby improving alignment. Savvy corporate leaders:
- Demonstrate the value of team relationship skills.
- Elevate effective relationships to a level of corporate competency.
- Provide employee training programs and resources on relationship and communication skills.
Our Relationship-Based Sales eBooks enable your sales organization to translate communication competency into business success through strong, trusting relationships with customers.
Buy for My Team
“How to Who helped me focus my efforts in the one area that, in my opinion, is the key to success - the ability to develop personal relationships with people. Those relationships are based on trust and as a lawyer, that's the essence of what I sell.”
Robert Metzler, Partner
Cohn, Birnbaum & Shea, Attorneys
“People do business with people they know, like and trust. How to Who goes deep on that, focusing on the skills and strategies you need to strengthen, leverage and monetize relationships in a genuine and authentic way.”
Jody Ferrer, Owner The Perfect Promotion
“How to Who aims to improve communication, thinking, listening, and understanding skills, which are the core of good relationships. It brings these important skills to the forefront of business, which we don’t often think about consciously.”
Nicole Connelly, VP, TD Bank
“How to Who provides a stream-lined way to identify potential strategic relationships and a systematic means to foster those relationships. Anyone involved in growing a business, from sales professionals to business owners, will benefit from this program. I know I have.”
Jeff Beauregard, President Beauregard Exhibits