Free Report: Better Relationships | Better Business

The consulting sector has changed and developed in recent years more than most other professional services, and it has been found that those who focus on ensuring their relationships are powerful and collaborative are able to create substantial strategic insight for clients, which unlocks sustainable profits.

We surveyed 900 business professionals across a spectrum of industries, including consultancy, to discover what relationships for themselves and their clients mean in 2016 and beyond. Together with Business Relationships expert, Dr. David Fraser, and business leader & consultant, William Buist, we’ve produced this free report: Better Relationships | Better Business which challenges what it takes for consultants to build lasting relationships.

Summary of the report

  • Explore the different aspects and challenges in creating relationships and how changing technology in the workplace can help
  • Delve into the importance of positive working relationships and what impact they have on attracting new business and retaining existing clients
  • How being asked for advice over and above your main service offering could be turned to your advantage
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The author

Dr. David Fraser

Dr. David Fraser is an author and speaker on professional relationship skills, leadership, and organisational development, particularly in the context of professional organisations, manufacturing businesses, and other complex settings. His expertise is an unusual blend of technology and management background, and the human dimensions of working life, acquired through focused research and study with world authorities on these subjects.

William Buist

Business leader, innovator, speaker, consultant & author, William Buist facilitates transformation of the bottom-line for established entrepreneurial businesses. A Chartered Insurer with 23 years’ experience, he has developed a reputation for taking an innovative view of risk that both reduced costs and harnessed opportunity. Leadership-by-example and ‘management by walking about’ nurtured good relationships with people at all levels and gave him an instinctive knowledge of the consulting industry. The end result enabled him to support and encourage his teams to achieve unprecedented results – often exceeding expectations, including their own.