Building Trust to Build a Culture of Trust
Trust is a foundation for both success and wellbeing at work. Distrust, on the other hand, can be toxic to people, teams and organizations. As an OD professional you’ve likely seen plenty of anecdotal evidence of this. Several studies have shown that high trust companies see consistently higher bottom line profit and shareholder return than companies where trust is low. Other research has drawn a clear link between trust and workplace wellbeing.
Building and maintaining trusting relationships requires people behave in ways others see as trustworthy, and extend trust prudently to those around them. To build a culture of trust people in an organization need commit to trust as a core value and practice living that value with each other every day. To do both takes a shared trust building framework and language that help people understand what trust looks, sounds and feels like to everyone in their organization.
In this interactive workshop Charles Feltman will walk us through a powerful, proven framework for talking about, building, maintaining and, when necessary restoring trust. You will be challenged to think about, talk about, and experience what trust is for yourself and your clients.
You will learn:
- A simple, powerful framework for building, maintaining and restoring trust
How you can use this framework to help your clients identify trust issues that are getting in the way of their success and wellbeing, and design viable practices to build and maintain trust
How you can help your clients have crucial conversations about issues of trust and distrust
How our individual and collective thoughts and emotions shape and are shaped by trust, and how understanding this can help you help your clients effectively build a culture of trust
After you have registered to attend, a confirmation e-mail will be sent with the call in information.
Charles Feltman is principal of Insight Coaching, a leadership coaching, facilitation and training firm. His clients are leaders and leadership teams in global corporations, US government agencies, large non-profits, and start-up companies. He is author of The Thin Book of Trust: an Essential Primer for Building Trust at Work based on decades of work in the areas of trust, collaboration and innovation. As an executive coach, facilitator, author, and presenter Charles has helped thousands of companies, teams and groups build strong trust for success and wellbeing. He has 3 children and two grandchildren. He lives with his wife and youngest is child in San Luis Obispo, CA. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Insight Coaching Website: www.insightcoaching.com
LinkedIn Profile: www.linkedin.com/in/charlesfeltman