What is your personal philosophy regarding working with people?

Jane Anthony shares her personal philosophy regarding working with people.“To always be aware of what people say they want and need. Then work together with integrity and all parties will achieve the desired results.”
Jane Anthony | Sales Executive, LP Insurance Services, Inc.

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Matt Smith shares his personal philosophy regarding working with people.“My philosophy is to have immediate connectivity with your customers. Do anything to help them. Talk a little, listen a lot, then over-deliver on their expectations. We must communicate the problem, and over communicate the solution and pathway to get there.  Honesty and competence will always win the day.”
Matt Smith | President, Matt Smith Physical Therapy

Catherine Reichenberg shares her personal philosophy regarding working with people.“No matter what positions you take professionally, it serves everyone’s best interest today and tomorrow to build a solid relationship of trust, respect and cooperation with everyone you work with.”
Catherine Reichenberg, Esq. | Senior Associate, Gunderson Law Firm
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Glen Alex shares her personal philosophy regarding working with people.“My personal philosophy regarding working with people is to be genuine.  As a massage therapist and social worker, I interact with people on a very personal level. So being sincere is crucial to respecting the humanity of the customer.”
Glen Alex | Owner, The Massage Advantage

Mark Estee shares his personal philosophy regarding working with people.“Listen completely to what the person is saying, trying to understand their motivation, so you know when to push and when to back off. Work with them, so they feel and know it. Most importantly, smile as much as possible!”
Mark Estee | Chef and Owner, Campo, Chez Louie, Heritage and Burger Me

Jill Bernacki shares her personal philosophy regarding working with people.“I view each individual as a unique being. Understanding a little bit about someone’s strengths, aspirations and life story demonstrates a true spirit of care and respect for each person’s distinctive journey through their career.”
Jill Bernacki | CEO, Trauma Intervention Program of Southern Nevada