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The Essence of Trust Organizational Development Program

Use trust as the foundation for work relationships and understand the challenges that could compromise trust

Program Overview

The word “trust” is used throughout our society, both personally and professionally. Individuals trust others in different ways – personality, past experiences, job functions, and responsibilities tend to influence how we tend to trust. This program explores all of these factors.

Key Objectives

Discuss:

  • The meaning of trust.
  • Characteristics of trust.
  • Qualities or attributes in a person that cause you to TRUST him or her?
  • Qualities or attributes in a person that cause you to DISTRUST him or her?

Explore the ways that professionals extend, build, sustain, and restore trust.

Key Concepts

There are four ways that professionals (and people in general) extend trust:

  • Trust no matter what
  • Trust until proven otherwise
  • Trust but verify
  • Trust only if no other choice

The best professionals “trust but verify” and establish communication that it is received and recognized.

Tools for Trust

A 6-part email series providing you with tips and techniques for building trusting relationships with and among your team. After registering, you will receive an immediate confirmation email.

  • Pre-Training Survey
  • Pre-Training Reading
  • Participant Workbook
  • Interactive Polling
  • Remote Participants
  • Video Vignettes
  • Custom Scenarios
  • Post-Training Tools
Peter DeMarco Author Portrait

Peter DeMarco is the founder of Priority Thinking®, where he supports his clients as an executive coach, organizational consultant, ethics facilitator and strategy adviser, helping leaders and their teams achieve significant performance improvements while reducing risks and embedding ethical power into decision making at all levels. Peter also facilitates leadership and ethics education programs for organizations and business schools around the country.

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