OutSkirts Press Publishes New Relationship Guide to Help People, Businesses, & Organizations Stretch Their Relationship Capital
A new book from a relational expert helps organizations and people discover and use the tools and techniques that will help create effective relationships in business and life.
Duluth, GA (PRWEB) December 14, 2012
In Stretch Yourself, Create the Relationships You Deserve 10 Steps to Creating Effective Relationships in Business and Life, ($16.95 Outskirts Press Publishing, December 2012) author Ron Broussard taps his 26 years of hands-on relational know-how to outline successful relational tips tailored for creating effective relationships in business and life. This books explains the relationships we create and maintain and how we can consciously create great relationships in our business and life.
This timely and practical guide doesn't just explain why keeping good relationships is important – it shows how to consciously create effective relationships to create and increase business relationships, both internally and externally, bring value to every relationship you create and maintain personally and professionally, strengthen your leadership skills to make effective teams that produce more with less conflict, and recruit valued employees and volunteers. In Stretch Yourself Create the Relationships You Deserve, Broussard offers fascinating case studies, detailed instructions, and a rich array understanding that will help organizations and people learn how to:
- Enhance your current relationships
- Strengthen the ability to create new relationships
- Improve productivity among employees with proper motivation
- Boost confidence to achieve goals
- Strengthen leadership skills
- Create a relational experience with clients and customers
- Expand business opportunities with new customers
“When I speak to groups and organizations about relationships, they are never interested in theory,” says Broussard. “We all strive for relationships with benefits, so they want to know how to do it – what value can they bring to their clients, customers, family, and friends to create a relational experience? Which relational approach will have the greatest impact with their clients and customers? What is the best way to maintain good communication with employees and when is not the best choice for communicating information? I wrote this book to give them the answers and information they need to succeed in a highly-competitive, increasingly complex technology based relational world.”
Ron Broussard is a unique expert in the field of relationships who defies normal labels. He's not a modern day Hitch, an advertising guy, social media nerd, or marketing guru. Instead, Ron is an experienced business consultant, author, and speaker who help individuals and organizations stretch their relationship capital with co-workers, clients, and customers.
His consulting firm, Entheos Consulting Group, has attracted a diverse range of clients including businesses, non-profits, actors and athletes. He has also mentored and worked with over 100 clients, helping them to create a relational experience with clients and customers, build teams that accomplish more with less conflict, gain confidence in achieving their goals and, ultimately, increasing their company's bottom line.
Stretch Yourself, Create the Relationships You Deserve 10 Tips to creating effective relationships in business and life ($16.95, 200 pages, 7 ¼ x 9, paperback, ISBN: 978-1-4787-1718-8 is available at neighborhood and online booksellers on December 21, 2012 or by calling 1-888-OP-BOOKS
Outskirts Press Publishing is one of the nation's fastest growing full service book publishing and marketing firms in the US. Outskirts Press a privately held company in Colorado, has nearly 8,200 published titles of fiction and nonfiction. Outskirts Press is the only publishing company to appear on the Inc 500 list of fastest-growing privately held companies. Outskirts Press is a privately held company located in Park, Colorado. For more information, please visit http://www.outskirtspress.com
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