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Building Trust and Transparency in Your Organization

Building Trust and Transparency in Your Organization
Trust continues to be identified as a missing ingredient in today's workplace. In spite of their best efforts, only a small percentage of today's workers strongly agree that they trust their leaders.

To ensure high levels of organizational performance, leaders need to tackle declining levels of trust head-on. The key is to demonstrate the behaviors people most associate with trust. These trust behaviors include greater transparency. This is critical, because people need to see trust in action more than they need to hear about it.

In this webinar, Blanchard Founding Associate Pat Zigarmi and Trust Practice Leader Randy Conley will show you how leaders can improve the levels of trust in their organization by improving transparency and avoiding the behaviors that often trip up even well meaning leaders including:

  • Recognizing the warning signs that people lack trust in you and your leadership
  • Learning the value of creating trust-based relationships
  • Purposefully engaging in trust-building behaviors
  • Discovering how to increase transparency with those you lead by communicating your leadership point of view
Don't miss this opportunity to learn how to raise the level of trust in your organization by increasing the level of transparency and the use of trustworthy behaviors in relationships with your peers and team members.


Presenters

  • Dr. Patricia Zigarmi

    Dr. Patricia Zigarmi

    Founding Associate, The Ken Blanchard Companies

  • Randy Conley

    Randy Conley

    Director, Client Delivery Services, The Ken Blanchard Companies

  • David Witt

    David Witt

    Program Director, The Ken Blanchard Companies

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