Relationships in business is a very fine line. On one end you may have an uncle or family member that can get you through the door. On the other hand, what is the expected return? What must you do for that introduction? Does your uncle feel he now owns you and you have to do what he says?
What you can expect in today’s issue
- Relationships in business
- Product People share their favorite resources
- How to build Practical negotiation skills
⏳ This issue of Product Negotiations will take you five minutes or less to read.
Relationships in business
Ok that intro was a little far fetched (not really 😉). Building relationships in business takes time, energy, and effort. Why go to all this effort? well for example, in business there are customers, employees (co-workers), and vendors who you should build a rapport with.
How exactly to do that? below are three articles to read:
- How product managers and engineers at Asana develop great relationships
- 6 Strategies for Building the Relationships You Need to Succeed in Business
- Building great work relationships
Product People share their favorite resources
Working in Product, Product People are *always* on the search for resources they can use in their jobs, careers, and as they make products that people want to buy and use. However, what are the *good* resources? In this article, six Product People share their favorite resources.
How to build Practical negotiation skills
On Tuesday, Jan 14, 2020, I was fortunate to speak to the Fiverr community. The talk was about How to build Practical Negotiation skills. Furthermore, this article digs deeper into the talk and practical actionable points you can start using.
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