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Join author and business coach Dave Crenshaw as he shows you the company, market, and customer focus that strategic leaders employ to make business decisions and anticipate new trends. This course shows you how to make crucial and insightful connections between your company's needs and future and those of the market you operate in and the customers you serve.
Discover how you can identify trends, gather and address customer feedback, and proactively deliver what your company needs for competitive advantage.
This course is one of a series of five Dave Crenshaw courses based on his Invaluable teaching methodology for professional development.
Thank you for completing our course on becoming savvy. We've given you a framework for understanding three critical areas in your career, your company, the market as a whole, and your customers. If you've enjoyed this course, I recommend that you share it with your coworkers and managers. If you can, consider making the materials I've covered here a discussion in future group meetings. If you can work together as a group to learn these principles, you'll begin to speak a common language in the workplace, and you'll learn from each other as you increase your savvy.
Remember, timing is everything. When it comes to your career, the more savvy you have, the better you'll be able to predict what's taking place in the market and in your business. And you'll be prepared for opportunities when they arise.
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