Are you a rule follower or breaker?

Gitomer, Jeffrey
November 2001
Warsaw Business Journal;11/19/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 47, p9
Presents business principles, personal principles and service strategies to consider before taking on the corporate teachings about rules and policies. Interpersonal relationship among employees; Rules for customer services; Logical and emotional side of servicing the customer.


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