For any of you familiar with the Microsoft year, you know that our fiscal year ends on June 30th. So at this time of year, we look back over the past year and assess how we did against our individual commitments for the year and submit our reviews showing what we have accomplished and if we have met or exceeded our goals for the year. Today, as I have been going through this process and thinking about my past year (July 2008 – June 2009), I figured, “Sure, I can go through and make my observations on what I believe has transpired and if I have had any impact on the satisfaction of Partners around the world; however, why not let those whom I am responsible for working with and driving satisfaction for have direct input to this and tell it like it really is?”
So here I am, coming directly to you to give you your opportunity to let me know how I did this year at helping you as a Microsoft Partner and at increasing your level of satisfaction with Microsoft as a company you work with. If you have input or feedback you would like to share, and I would encourage you to please do so, you can SUBMIT IT HERE.
The feedback and input you submit can be as short as you want or as long as you want. It can be about a specific situation or satisfaction overall. Feel free to include the good, the bad and the ugly, and don’t worry about hurting my feelings if you do have something negative to say. I have tough skin and really do like to hear all of the feedback so that I can learn what I need to continue doing as well as what I need to work on changing in order to better help you as a Microsoft Partner in order to increase your overall satisfaction in working with Microsoft.
So don’t be shy. Take just a few minutes and SUBMIT YOU FEEDBACK HERE on how I did this year for you.
Thank you and have a wonderful day,
Eric Ligman – Follow me on Global Partner Experience Lead Microsoft Worldwide Partner Group This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights
I read all your posts to the mssmallbiz group; I'm inundated with data these days so I don't follow you on twitter but I do read blog posts that are posted to the newsgroup.
My only complaint is that you aren't specializing in the Canadian Market ;) But even the US information provided does help more often then not.
Thanks...keep up the good work!