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Building Fundamental Relationships

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Are you making the most of your relationships with customers? Do you need to work on your networking skills? Would you like to create win-win situations for everyone? Effective business relationships are critical to an organization’s success. They lead to better communication, increased efficiencies, and new opportunities for growth. In this course, you examine the value of strong business relationships at every level of an organization, and you master effective tools and techniques in building business relationships.



This undergraduate-level course is 1 week To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 0
Duration: 1 week

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    Building Fundamental Relationships

    • Identify internal and external business relationships necessary to function effectively in your role.

    • Apply networking tools and techniques to strengthen business relationships.

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