Sunday, September 28, 2008

Now is the time for Relationship Economics

When hundreds of companies are cutting back on two of the most important budgetary items: training and marketing, you contagious leaders out there may have to take some of this into your own hands and create your very own form of Relationship Economics.

A very good friend of mine, Mr. David Nour, is the author of a fantastic and relevant, as well as helpful book entitled Relationship Economics: The Art and Science of Relationships.

Here are just some of the highlights in what you will learn with this new tool and how it will help you to grow your Contagious Leadership:

"In interviewing over 1,000 managers, directors and executives of Fortune 500 organizations, mid-market companies and early-stage ventures, without exception, they all concurred that beyond educational foundation and professional pedigree, your personal and professional success depends on the diversity and quality of your relationships. Yet most of us don’t spend enough time building and nurturing the key relationships we need to achieve success. That’s where Relationship Economics® comes into play.

Relationship Economics isn't about networking. It's about learning how to invest in people for an extraordinary return. It's about exchanging Relationship Currency®, accumulating Reputation Capital®, and building Professional Net Worth®. It's about learning the art and science of transforming your most valuable relationships into execution, performance, and results."

Order your very own copy at today. this book was just released on September 18, 2008!

Stay Contagious!

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