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Building Smart Alliances: Essential Components of a Successful Partnering Process
"Partnering Intelligence" is clearly one of the most critical competencies for business success today. But building great partnerships is the hardest work in the world. What are the attributes of successful partners? How do we know if we are good partners? How can we improve our partnering capabilities? This paper discusses these challenges and presents solutions.

Partnership Relationship Management: Implementing a Plan for Success
This paper discusses the characteristics of effective partnership relationships and presents an outline for implementing a plan for success. It also provides a Relational Survey to help determine a partnership's state of health and provides a Partner Relationship Management Assessment, both as tools for determining an organization's starting point in relationship management.

Leadership Strengths Can Translate to Communication Weaknesses
This paper presents finding from a Partnership Continuum, inc. study of 22 people deemed leaders in their workplaces. The study revealed that three character traits that are strengths of leaders are associated with weaknesses in communication. The paper also provides suggestions for improving communication skills.


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