Your Reputation

Your reputation is one of your most important jobs.
Do it well … time and time again.

On the road to success, there is nothing more important than reputation when it comes to a strong foundation on which we build our relationships, our decisions and our careers. The simple fact is that reputation – whatever our chosen field – can help build strong careers and, as some have learned the hard way, can break them.
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The Power of Reputation
The Power of Reputation
The Power of Reputation

The new book...
The Power of Reputation -- Strengthen the Asset That Will Make or Break Your Career
is in bookstores and available online. Published by American Management Association, the book is the second by Chris and provides guidance to managers in all organizations on the importance of reputation to their careers. It draws on interviews with dozens of distinguished professionals from a range of professions … from entrepreneurs to CEO’s and from board members to non-profit executives. It provides instructive, real-world examples to help guide careers.
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Your Career

On Trust
In our personal and professional lives, we instinctively know that trust and reputation are inextricably linked. A lack of trust leads to a bad reputation and vice versa. A trusting relationship leads to a strong reputation and, again, vice versa. You can’t have one without the other. This link lies at the foundation of all of our relationships.
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On Communication
Managers must focus on the communication that earns trust. engagement, open conversations, straightforward talk, and dialog that reach out in a way that foster commitment are key – all built on a platform of respect for those whose judgments make it possible for an organization to survive and, better yet, thrive.
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On Character
The lesson for managers is this: If those who work with you believe in you and know you respect them and their views, they will, in turn, respect your judgment and work their hardest. Most times, they will follow more eagerly and tackle the assignment with much greater resolve and commitment to do the best job possible.
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Strategies For Success
The most important lesson is that our individual reputation is up to each one of us. We control what we do and what we say. In other words, we control how we behave and, as a result, how others see us.
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