Leading at the Speed of Trust Program

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Someone once asked me why I chose to facilitate the Leading at the Speed of Trust seminar program versus other programs designed to impact organizations. The answer was easy. My objective is to equip leaders with the most impactful tools. Increasing the level of trust in an organization markedly improves the culture and overall job satisfaction.

Here’s a little bit about the program for those who might be curious: Leading at the Speed of Trust is a two day Covey seminar that raises trust from an often ignored asset, or liability, to a strategic economic driver. During the two days, leaders are shown why trust is vital and the specific language and behaviors that research shows to be common among high trust people throughout the world.

Attending leaders will:

  • Learn about the dynamics of trust and the trust tax concept
  • Quantify the real measurable cost of the trust tax being paid by their organization
  • Master the 13 behaviors common to high trust leaders
  • Develop the critical leadership competency of extending smart trust
  • Increase productivity resulting from increased trust and clarity

Optimizing People, Maximizing Results

The program benefits to leaders and organizations include:

  • Increased speed to market
  • Increased shareholder value
  • Accelerated growth
  • Enhanced innovation
  • Improved Collaboration
  • Stronger Partnering
  • Better execution
  • Heightened loyalty

Another reason why I like this seminar program is because it is very well designed. There are different learning mediums used that keeps everyone engaged, insightful exercises, and excellent participant materials. With seminar subject matter such as trust, it’s crucial that a. learning is impactful, and b., everyone leaves with the resources in hand to begin new behaviors immediately.

To schedule the Leading at the Speed of Trust program for your team, or for more information, please contact us directly.

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