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2. Workplace Trust Seminars
Helping leaders build trust is different from teaching someone a skill. A trusting environment is a combination of many things including values, emotions and behaviors. When leaders discover the research that defines a trusting workplace, are given a process and model for understanding trust, and then gain insights into their behavior a trusting climate can ensue. Seminars and workshops can create the inspiration. They can also offer an organized plan for understanding trust. Assessment on both values and emotional intelligence support the learning. Reinforcement and coaching are also essential. Resources are also available.
View available seminars on Trust below:
1. In Search of Honor - Lessons from Workers on How to Build Trust
One of the primary responsibilities of a leader is to build trust. What can we learn about trust by listening to employees? What does it take to build a high trust climate? Our research answers these questions and has isolated the factors that lead to trust in the workplace. Your leaders will discover these factors and learn what specific actions they can take to build trust in the workplace.
2. How to Build Trust with Employees, Peers, Customers, and Most other Members of the Human Race
Designed for all members of the workforce, this interesting and interactive workshop helps employees understand their role and responsibility in building trusting relationships with others. It gives specific factors and suggestions for developing trusting relationships. It is particularly useful for customer service personnel, team members, and project leaders who would like to build trust with both internal and external customers.
3. Honor in the Workplace
The intention of this workshop is to introduce a new paradigm regarding the way people think about the workplace, their co-workers and the people they serve. By introducing the concept of honor as a way to look at the workplace, relationships and communications improve. Cooperation and teamwork also flourish. By shifting the “workview” of people, very specific behavioral changes follow that can help people work together.