Reputation is at the heart of what I do. If I communicate openly and clearly, if I hear what I am being told by those who every day take on the challenge of reaching out to provide to the vulnerable and the needy, and if I follow through, I can develop strong relationships that enable me to do my job well. Simply put, I can accomplish so much more.
—Joe Becker, manager of agency relations forCatholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York
REPUTATION IS VERY powerful and it is crucial to success, whether you are measured by the way people perceive you or by the results you reach. A strong reputation—built on character, communication, and trust—is the foundation for lasting success.
Your reputation is yours ...