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Building Trust On Your Team

Facilitator: Alice Dendinger, SPHR

Building TrustWithout trust on your team, you will never have cohesion and productivity. Trust is the glue that holds everyone together as you work to get the job done. Trust is critical for everyone in the workplace. If people are working hard but slow to get results – it could be a foundational problem with trust. Gain tools for trust building and avoid the traps of trust busting.  During this session, we will explore predictive and vulnerability based trust and how both are critical to the team cohesion.

Reminder

If you’re interested in building more cohesive teams at your workplace, contact PivotU to start the process today.

Check out our Blog!  Read Alice's blog post on The First and Most Important Behavior of a Cohesive Team.

PivotU Classroom & Webinar courses are scheduled based on public demand.  Let us know “I’m interested” & we’ll make it happen for you!

Also available as an on-site program.

Objectives

  • Understand how trust provides a foundation upon which all other team building activities are built.
  • Explore areas where your trustworthiness is critical for success.
  • Understand how to establish trust when first working with a new team, how to build trust with an intact team and restore trust that is busted.
  • Apply the Trust Equation in an effort to build and maintain trust in your daily activities.

Who should attend

  • Supervisors, Managers or Leaders who work with others to drive results
  • Employees on critical teams where trust is an opportunity

 

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Alice Dendinger, SPHR

Alice Dendinger, SPHR

PivotU founder Alice Dendinger, SPHR, is a 30-year veteran in the field of Human Resource Management and Organizational Development. She is skilled at linking HR initiatives and programs to the overall business mission and goals of an organization thus creating a positive impact to the bottom line.

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