Program Time: 6:30PM
Close Time: 8:30PM
Event LocationChicago School of Professional Psychology
325 N Wells
Chicago, IL 60657
The Relationship Capital Economy: How We Behave Today Matters More Than Ever
Thursday, Oct 13th 2016
We now live and work in an interconnected, transparent, and morally interdependent world. All of us, whether, senior business leaders, professionals, or entrepreneurs, and those of us who consult to those in these roles, must become aware that how we behave and relate to one another is critical to building and sustaining significance.
Join us as we explore this classic and up-to-the-minute topic.
Our presenter is Rob Peters, Founder and CEO of Standard of Trust
Rob is a recognized B2B speaker, trainer, and advisor on building social credibility, social selling, and earning relationship capital for sales growth and organizational effectiveness. Recognized as #1 Resource on Networking and Relationship Capital by Relationship Science. Author of the 2014 book: "Standard of Trust Leadership: Transforming Business Cultures Through Purpose, Performance, and Relationship Capital
The Standard of Trust, A Relationship Capital Benefit Corporation has developed a breakthrough web app called PE-ER Performing Excellence-Engaging Recognition. PE-ER is designed to reward individuals for their kept-commitments and recognition through relationship capital points (RCPs), Appreciation Badges, and Performance Level Trophies.
Rob is a trusted resource and advocate for industry standards of Relationship Capital (RC) assessment, capture, measurement, and utilization. Since 2005, he has played a significant role in the creation of industry standards and best practices for the capture of RC. As a relationship builder with 25+ years of large-account new-business development experience, Rob and his teams created new business clients that generated revenue & profits for iGATE, Capgemini Financial Services, Headstrong, Keane, Romac International and IBM.
Rob’s business experience resulted in a passion: enabling business leaders and their companies to build and maintain high performing cultures of purpose, mastery, and earned relationship capital that results in greater trust, risk-taking, innovation, and financial results.
Mr. Peters is an active volunteer for Little Brothers Friends of the Elderly. Rob holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing and MBA from DePaul University.