Most of us have heard the saying, “It’s not what you know, it’s who you know.” We recognize that success at work is not accomplished by talent or skills alone but through relationships both internal and external to your organization. However, in terms of our personal growth and development, we tend to ignore the value and learning we can obtain from our professional relationships. We look at the ordeals we face at work as our time to suffer as a victim instead of growing and learning as a person, as a professional in our business or field of choice. Professional savvy is your capacity to build, sustain, and transform your professional relationships through consciousness and skill.