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Definitions of "Partnering Intelligence, "Smart Partners," and other partnering concepts
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First step in building an effective internal or external partnering solution:
Assess your personal or organizational partnering capabilities

Like constructing a building, creating a successful partnership requires using a blueprint or model.
Read about a proven partnering model built on a partnering culture

Corporate Training Programs: Employee Development and Leadership Development
Partnership Continuum, Inc. provides your organization with efficient, cost-effective, and productive learning sessions designed to meet your needs, timeframes and budget. Whether you're a Global 500 multinational, or a regional-based small or midsize business, you can benefit from our internationally acclaimed corporate training programs focused on your people, your business, and your culture.
Improve your bottom line by improving your employees' interpersonal skills
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  • Learn the art of leadership--the ability to inspire and motivate employees
  • Develop skills in your high-potential employees
  • Improve team leadership

Our corporate training programs are divided into two segments: employee development and leadership development. Click on the links below to learn more about each of these training programs.

 
Employee Development

Leadership Development

Leadership and management are not the same thing
Leaders must differentiate between leading people and managing production and transaction processes. These two disciplines require different sets of competencies. Leadership requires relationship skills, while management requires analytical and problem-solving skills. People often confuse the two sets of skills, sometimes with disastrous results. Both must be coordinated and aligned if the organization is to achieve its full potential.

 

 

 

 
 
 
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