developing remote relationships

Developing Remote Relationships for Bankers [INFOGRAPHIC]

Remote work and virtual meetings used to be something bankers only engaged in occasionally. Often, these meetings were internal. We certainly weren’t accustomed to conducting client business via a web cam. However, in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, this arena of technology has swiftly gone from a nicety to a necessity. Today, more than ever, it is vital to understand the best practices and to learn key skills when meeting with colleagues or clients virtually. It has become so important, in fact, that Professor Jack Hubbard now includes the topic in his GSBLSU freshman course, “Building Business Partnerships.”

During the class, Professor Hubbard reviewed what he calls “the forever normal” including several aspects of successfully developing remote relationships. He delved into technology and workplace considerations, holding successful bank to business conversations and leading the process effectively. In the infographic below, you will find eight takeaways from the class that you can immediately begin to implement on your own calls.

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