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Sallie J. Sherman, Joseph P. Sperry, and Steve Vucelich, are CEO, former partner, and vice president at S4 Consulting, a boutique consulting firm that works with Fortune 500 firms.

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An invaluable resource on an underserved topic 24 novembre 2013
Par Kevin C - Publié sur
Format: Relié
A systematic treatment of an area of business that is often seen as a 'soft skill', but Sherman et. al. treat the topic of business relationships with the rigor that it deserves. Each chapter includes many real-world examples and quotes from real businesspeople. It is clear that the authors are drawing from vast experience and expertise. In addition to timeless analysis of the area of business relationships, the book includes a section on applying business relationships in the current social media climate-it is clear that the authors are not just experienced but that their skills are up to date. Each chapter includes a useful overview of the points covered-so it will be easy to refer back to in the future. In my job, I have to interface with many different internal and external teams, and "Five Keys to Powerful Business Relationships" gave me real strategies for improving those relationships.
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Relationships are King 9 décembre 2013
Par Rob E. - Publié sur
Format: Relié
Anyone in business knows that relationships are king. The world revolves around the relationships that we all have personally and professionally. It makes a lot of sense for almost everyone to learn as much as she can about building powerful relationships.

This book is easily the best I have read on the subject, and has been written by experts in the field.

If you want to immediately improve your business and life, read this book. Ignore at your own peril.
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Relationships the New Currency 2 décembre 2013
Par John Chancellor - Publié sur
Format: Relié
W. Edward Deming, the well-known management guru, is considered primarily responsible for the major improvements in the Japanese manufacturing sector after WWII. During the 1950s, he shared this insight, "He that would run his company on visible figures alone will in time have neither company not figures." Being successful in business is all about having successful relationships - with your customers, employees, vendors, suppliers, shareholders and all other stakeholders.

Sallie Sherman, Joseph Sperry and Steve Vucelich, the authors of Five Keys to Powerful Business Relationships, have provided some powerful tools to building stronger, better relationships.

The are some powerful reasons for managers/leaders to read this book. "There is no problem that is not, at one level or another, a relationship problem." According to Maribeth Kuzmeski, "The key determinant at the top of all business strategies, talents and expertise is the ability to connect with people on a meaningful level." "Without relationships, you may be brilliant, but it is unlikely that the world will get the benefit of your brilliance."

The authors produced a well-researched and well written book. It is written in a conversational style and includes a lengthy Bibliography and Notes.

Part one of the book covers an "Overview of the Five Keys", Part 2 covers the Five Keys in great detail and Part 3 covers Virtual Relationships and the Five Keys. At the end of each chapter is a section - Points to Remember that covers an Overview, specific points for Individuals, for Teams and for Organizations.

The specific keys are: 1) Connect first; Then focus on task 2) Learn by walking in another's shoes 3) Whether people trust you is often up to you 4) Share information to increase your personal power 5) Manage yourself before you manage others. Each key is explained in detail, with a liberal use of real life examples. There are numerous illustrations that help to clarify the concept being discussed. At the end of Part 2 is a series of very deep questions arranged by each Key. If you spend the time answering these questions you will have gained significant value from this book

Of all the keys, I found Key 5 - Manage Yourself to be the most powerful. This might be only true for me or from my perspective but I believe this is where most managers/leaders really fall down. In my experience far too many managers/leaders are focused on changing/managing their direct reports that they fail to manage themselves. Henry Mintzberg is quoted as saying, "We need leaders with human skills, not professionals with academic credentials."

There are some very important lessons in the Key 5 section: "Seek useful feedback - something you can act on - not judgments or critiques, which often tell you what didn't work but not what you can do to improve your approach."

If you are a manager/leader looking to improve your effectiveness, this book will certainly provide a lot of food-for-thought and action.

I was provided a review copy of this book.
Readable, applicable and vital to the health of your business relations 16 novembre 2014
Par W. McCoy - Publié sur
Format: Relié
'Five Keys to Powerful Business Relationships: How to Become More Productive, Effective, and Influential' by Sallie Sherman, Joseph Sperr and Steve Vucelich tells us that building good relationships in business is important. It's something that would seem to be obvious, but based on my business dealings, it would appear not to be the case.

Business books seem to like to give us numbered lists and prescriptions and this one is no different. We get five keys introduced, then each one gets it's own chapter filled with anecdotes, evidence and a nice summary for review. Among the keys, we learn the importance of empathy, connecting to others before we start a task, and trust, among other things. Again, it should be obvious, because we know these things in our personal lives, but perhaps the workaday world of business provides to much focus on things like the bottom line. It's good information and presented readably enough.

There are additional chapters on building relationships online with social media and three challenges are given to leaders for building relationships in business. There is a nice annotated bibliography for specific further reading as well as a general, larger bibliography and chapter notes. I read a lot of business books. I look for readability and applicability. This book had both.

I received a review copy of this ebook from McGraw-Hill Professional and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you for allowing me to review this ebook.
Especially helpful for leaders 27 décembre 2013
Par Timothy - Publié sur
Format: Relié
As an entrepreneur & leader I thought this was quite insightful. I wish I would had read this 6 months before I started my business, I think it would have short-circuited some of our early challenges.
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