Focus Question: What are the key relationships you need to develop?
Earlier this year I did a series of calls entitled “No Person Is An Island”. If you pick up my 2017 book, Effective Virtual Conversations, you’ll see me use that term a number of times.
Business success is often linked to our relationships. And the saying “no person is an island” reflects that we operate in connection with others, even if we feel isolated as a remote worker.
If we are part of a team, it’s likely that we have a boss, peers, and even those we manage. We also may need to interface with both internal and external stakeholders on a regular basis.
Questions to consider:
For each key relationship, work through the questions listed here.
For more on this topic check out:
Check out the Top 20 Activities in PlanDoTrack, as well as the Relationship Mapping Exercise.
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