The Trustworthy Leader

 

Loss of employee loyality, commitment, engagement and productivity is price of untrustworthy leadership.
 

 

Workshop Objectives:

 

By the conclusion of the workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Consider how past incidents have influenced them.

  • Evaluate their current use of key behaviors that build trust.

  • Describe the elements of The Virtuous Circle of a trustworthy leader.

  • Demonstrate the behaviors associated with each element.

  • Identify how the elements support moving through uncertainty in pursuit of opportunities.

  • Plan actions to enhance their personal effectiveness at being a trustworthy leader. 

CHARACTER

When leaders and managers are trustworthy, they will inspire the confidence and discretionary efforts of those around them, which contributes powerfully to business success. 

 

This workshop will prepare you to examine the behaviors that generate trust as well as positive business results. Interactive exercises, discussions, and reflection work together to create powerful insights and a commitment to change. Engaging leaders and managers at all levels to hone their ability to inspire trust in others is the intent of this training program. 

 

This workshop can be presented in full-day or half-day formats and makes use of two assessments, a self-assessment and a 360 assessment. The self-assessment is available in paper format as well as online, the 360 is only available online. A participant workbook is also available.

Three words come up again and again when employees are asked why they trust their leaders:

Credibility, Respect, and Fairness.

Contact link for more information or to schedule this workshop.

45% of people say lack of trust in leadership is the biggest issue impacting their work performance!

  • Only 13% of employees worldwide are engaged at work, according to Gallup's new 142-country study.

     

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