Trust is the foundation of any relationship. Without it, all of our cultural norms, expectations and agreements break down. In today’s fast-paced world of electronic communication, multi-discipline teams and ever-changing priorities, it is critical that we build and maintain trust to get things done. This workshop calls upon the latest research in psychology and helps individuals use their own experiences to build trusting relationships at any level of an organization.
- Define trust and its benefits
- List the most common elements of trust
- Identify the situations and conditions that lower trust
- Determine when ‘too much’ trust can occur
- Create an action plan for the relationships that matter most
- With whom do I need to build more trust?
- How do we define trust?
- What are the different types of trust?
- How can we build trust in each other?
- How does mistrust evolve and what have I done to lower trust?
- What happens when we have too much trust?
- What can I do immediately to build and maintain trust?
Who Should Attend
- Individuals interested in finding new ways to build trustful relationships
- Intact teams looking for a new, engaging way to tackle this issue
- Leaders who are searching for a methodology to bring out the best in their team