Relationship

After four decades of reporting to and being part of senior management, I know that I can provide the greatest value to my client when we have a relationship of trust and mutual respect.

That encourages the type of chemistry that allows candid and often confidential discussions.

- Doug Poretz

Such relationships usually do not evolve from a request-for-proposal approach to deciding how to deal with your communications issues.  It’s better to make certain that basic standards are understood and shared, goals are clearly articulated, and that there is an appreciation for each other’s thinking and logic.

So, whether having dinner together, using Skype, or in an office meeting, it makes a lot of sense to schedule an extended chat to decide that the relationship could work well.  In addition, the articles I’ve posted at this web site will provide a real sense of how I think and trends I see.

Once a relationship is initiated, we will work in whatever way makes the client’s life easier.  That may mean scheduling meetings in the evening or early morning, touching base with frequent calls or meetings, or leaving schedules dynamic.


 

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