Marilyn Robinson Truly Knows How to Build Trust and Credibility.
Her ability to build trust and credibility has been a crucial ingredient in maintaining relationships. Lack of credibility -- how believable you are -- can cause others to withhold trust. Lack of trust in a business relationship costs you customers and diminishes your ability to work with coworkers. In personal life, lack of trust can kill a relationship. Building trust and credibility is a daily process. The Nashville Minority Business Development Center is in the process of hosting 29 years of celebrating minority businesses in Nashville and Middle Tennessee. The 2013 Minority Enterprise Development Week, also known as MED Week, is billed as a business development conference. The first of the activities began on Oct. 1 and will continue through Nov. 17, 2013. Chap Oscar will be on hand this week manning the phones as a Volunteer.
The Nashville Minority Business Center, established by Marilyn Robinson in 1984, was formerly Nashville Minority Business Development Center. At that time there was a cooperative agreement with the US Department of Commerce, Minority Business Development Agency. The Center is now the oldest, continuously operating minority economic development institution in Middle Tennessee. Through the efforts of Ms. Robinson, the Center has been a catalyst in the creation of economic independence for minorities through advocacy for contract equity, business loans, and business development. More information and a schedule of activities can be found at www.minoritybusinesscenter.com.
I have known Marilyn for well over 15 years and she has always been honest and authentic. We met by chance this week and her enthusiasm has not diminished one bit for helping people. She has what I would call “Established Credibility.” Marilyn has always been a straightforward, concise and clear thinker.
Even after all these years Marilyn still maintains a positive reputation, you can’t be one person at work and adopt an entirely different personality during the off hours. If you want respect, you must behave in an admirable manner at all times.
Marilyn Robinson Chap Oscar highly respects you. Thank God that we have a Proven Leader like you who continues to care about the best interests of all people.
Chaplain Oscar Smith Chap@ChapOscar.com
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