pl. any one tell me that what work comes under liasioning ? role of liasioning manager? regards, mahesh
From India , Pune
Re : Liasioning
Dealing with Banks, Financial Institutions, Various Government Departments,Clients etc.with a purpose come under Liasioning.
Generally all the above works are performed by Liasion Manager/Office.
Tejeswar Choudhury
JMC Projects (I) Ltd

From India , Ahmadabad
Liasioning is a very decent alternative for Dalal. if it is carried from an office level it is liasiong and you are a liasoning officer and if you are a freelance liasionor you called a Dalal
From India , Kochi
Can Somebody revert back with JD of Liasioning Officer. I want detail role & responsibility of Liasioning Officer in Real Estate Company. Regards, Sonal K.
From India , Mumbai
A liaison officer is someone whose job is to establish a working relationship between two of more agencies, often in order to help them work on a mutual problem or concern. A liaison officer can be seen as the go-between: The person who understands how both agencies typically work and who can help the agencies come together with an approach that suits both of them. Liaison officers can also work between an agency and individuals.
What Do Liaison Officers Do?
Liaison officers are responsible for streamlining communication and helping two different groups understand each other and work together efficiently. Using a liaison officer can help avoid misunderstandings and miscommunications, so goals can be accomplished more effectively. Because they help to streamline communication and accomplishments, liaison officers are used in many sectors.
Liaison officers are also used at the local level to keep government agencies communicating effectively. Many courts have liaison officers who are responsible for helping law enforcement, legal teams and schools come together on cases that involve more than one agency. These agencies also use liaison officers to help communicate information to the press and members of the public. Liaison officers might be sworn or non-sworn members of law enforcement communities locally.
Liaison Officer Duties and Responsibilities
1. Maintain thorough knowledge of the business, as well as an understanding of how that impacts the other entities of contact
2. Monitor, coordinate, and communicate the strategic objectives of the business
3. Collaborate and communicate successfully with other entities outside of the business
4. Work with other staff members to develop a greater understanding of the business and any issues that arise
5. Develop and foster relationships with the community, stakeholders, and other entities
6. Collect, analyze, and utilize data and feedback to identify opportunities to improve the relationship between the business and the other entity
7. Compile reports about particular incidents, events, or updates about an important issue for the business
8. Proactively solve conflicts and address issues that could occur between the business and the other entity
9. Promptly respond to incidents and other events as necessary
10.Act as a positive representation of the business to the community

From India, Chennai

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