Jim Bennett Receives Honorable CARMA Award
The CARMA awards are held once a year, in celebration of small business and relationship excellence.
Salt Lake City, UT, December 7, 2017- Once a year, members of the Corporate Alliance organization acknowledge other members of the community in corporate excellence. The CARMA awards took place on December 7th in Lehi, UT. There were multiple recipients, one of them being founder and CEO of NOW CFO, Jim Bennett.
Corporate Alliance was started to ultimately grow and maintain relationships between small businesses. This ceremony dates back to the year 2000, with nominees ranging from Utah Valley University Athletics to My Princess Pearls. Members nominate members and NOW CFO’s very own Jim Bennett was one of many to receive the award this year, with it being the highest honor members can pay one another.
“Corporate Alliance has had a huge impact on me, and my business”, Jim Bennett stated in his on screen promotional interview for the CARMA awards.
‘The award for relationship mastery’ as they call it, is not only a celebration, but speaks truth to the five standing keys they claim will drive relationship success. Avoid relationship arrogance, “Just Because” relationships, Learn Serve Grow, Exit the Coliseum and Decide to Govern. We also get to know some of the other relationship masters and nominees including Brian Hepler, Shauna Brown and Kevin Clegg, in some very candid interviews.
Chris Lake, a fellow nominee, had nothing but kind words about Jim, “For someone that has achieved so much professionally, to be as approachable as he is, that is saying a lot”.
Members of Corporate Alliance, as well as close friends of Jim were there along the way for the nomination of this award. Jim thanks everyone at NOW CFO, Corporate Alliance and his family, who have all been a part of his success.
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