I invest in my family. I invest in my friends. I invest in my partners. I invest in my clients. I invest in my network of valued individuals.
Who are the shareholders in your life? Investor Relations beyond public companies - I call this Empowered Investor Relations - is not for the faint of heart. Empowered Investor Relations (EIR) is communication of information and insight between interested parties that enables a full appreciation of mutual and opposing activities, strategies and plans. EIR allows the people involved to make informed decisions about next actions, the direction of the relationship and levels of involvement.
EIR also follows the pronunciation of the word ear. Ears are for hearing and listening. Listening comes in many forms in our digital world. EIR is for listening, and in the words of Stephen R. Covey, seek first to understand, then to be understood. Hear first. Communication is two-way and what you hear is often more important than what you say. Actively listen and fully focus on understanding the other person’s perspective.
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