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Trust at Work: Four Keys to Building Better Work Relationships

Trust at Work: Four Keys to Building Better Work Relationships
The ability to build and maintain trusting relationships is a key competency for today’s leaders.  Yet despite leaders’ good intentions, only a small percentage of today’s workers say that their employer genuinely listens to and cares about its employees. Without trust, people hold back information, effort, creativity, loyalty—all the human variables that lead to personal satisfaction and organizational success. To create happy people and thriving organizations, leaders need to tackle trust head-on.

In this webinar best-selling author Ken Blanchard will show you how to build trusting relationships that bring out the best in people.  Drawing from his new book, Trust Works!: Four Keys to Building Lasting Relationships, he will share how to:
  • Avoid trust busters and practice trust boosters—the everyday behaviors that build—or destroy—trust in relationships.
  • Rebuild damaged trust—a five-step process to use when trust has been broken.
  • Have trust conversations—how to discuss trust issues in a productive, non-threatening manner.
  • Build trust in organizations—moving beyond individual trust strategies to build a culture of trust within your team, department, or entire company.
Building trust has a ripple effect for the good. Don't miss this opportunity to learn how to raise the level of trust in your organization by increasing your own personal “trust-ability.”

Presenter

  • Ken Blanchard

    Ken Blanchard

    Co-founder, Chief Spiritual Officer, The Ken Blanchard Companies

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