The Golden Rules of Relationships

Posted in: Alumni Career Services- Aug 16, 2015 Comments Off on The Golden Rules of Relationships

Online Webinar
Tuesday, August 25, 2015, 12:30 – 1:30pm

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Every business is a people business, and our relationships matter greatly – both external relationships and definitely our internal relationships. In fact, we should treat our team members and other colleagues as our internal clients. Our solid relationships enable us to get our work done well and on a timely basis.

Authored by Dale Carnegie in 1936, "How To Win Friends and Influence People" articulates the Golden Rules of Relationships. Despite your industry, every organization should place a high priority on internal and external relationships. Leadership Coach John Keyser (C'59) will use this webinar to explain why Carnegie's advice is increasingly relevant as demanding jobs and accessible technology decrease the need for in-person interactions.

To show the modern professional how they slow down to prevent their relationships from suffering, Keyser will draw on examples from his management and coaching experience to translate Carnegie's principles in to your daily interactions with colleagues, partners, and clients.

About the Presenter:
John Keyser is founder and principal of Common Sense Leadership, a Washington, D.C.-based coaching firm that helps corporate executives further develop skills they need to become great leaders. John has helped countless CEOs and senior business leaders learn how to encourage workplace productivity, collaboration and, ultimately, profitability by adopting best practices in leadership – bringing out the best in their teams.

Prior to becoming a leaderdship consultant and coach, John had a successful career as a leader in the private and non-profit sectors for more than 40 years. His first hand experience working within highly energetic, successful cultures uniquely qualifies him to share how organizations perform at their highest level, and, surely, the benefit of investing time and resources in developing people. Previously, John was a senior executive with Johnson & Higgins, one of the largest brokerage firms in the world, later merged into Marsh & McLennan.


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