Building strong work relationships

April 2013
Human Capital;Apr2013, p56
The article discusses importance of maintaining relationships by the company leaders with customers, employees and competitors in a business that helps in successful leadership thus positively affecting company growth. Topics discussed includes efforts by leaders to face work challenges, accomplishment of bigger goals and emotional connection with employees result in better performance.


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