On Oct. 30th, with close to 1000 attendees, executive coach Patricia Wheeler of the Levin Group in association with Marshall Goldsmith, interviewed David Nour, author of Relationship Economics (Wiley, September 2008) on their monthly Thought Leader Teleforum on “Social Networking and Leadership Strategy – The Bottom Line.”

“In today’s networked world, relationships are everything! David shows you how to make the most of them. Shows you how to build lasting, mutually-beneficial relationships! Read this book – build your network!” – Marshall Goldsmith, New York Times best-selling author of What Got You Here Won’t Get You There and Executive Coach to Fortune 100 CEOs

Topics such as tracking the quantifiable value of your most strategic – often your most valuable business relationships in a global economy increasingly more disconnected, were discussed. Highly interactive dialogue with the sold out audience included questions regarding how to prioritizing one’s most critical relationships, key investment strategies in different types and business stature levels of relationships, and specific best practices to derive the highest return on one’s influence, involvement, and impact.

David Nour is a social networking strategist, a thought leader and sought after international speaker on the quantifiable value of business relationships and a senior management advisor to Fortune and Inc. 500 firms.

During their 60-minute conference call, three critical points were addressed:

  1. The Quantifiable Value of Your Strategic Relationships
  2. Leveraging Your Strategic Relationships to Combat Flight Risk
  3. Social Networking Best Practices to Accelerate Adaptive Innovation

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