Building and Maintaining Trust on a Team for Leaders
Trust: So hard to build and so easy to lose. It’s essential in creating a positive workplace and getting needed results. Whether your team is in the facility or on-line (or both), building trust needs to be deliberate and ongoing.
This workshop provides any leader with practical and proven tools to restore and reinforce the kind of team trust that leads to high engagement, ownership, focus and productivity.
At the end of this session, participants will be able to:
Understand team dynamics: five stages of development (and why you should care).
Demonstrate team check-ins. How to know your style is still working.
Understand the 5 Key questions to ask the influencers on your team.
Explain that people don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care.
Describe effective empathetic statements that build trust.
Build trust with emotional bank accounts.
Demonstrate keeping commitments to build trust and how broken commitments can derail that trust.
Demonstrate clarifying expectations in behavioral terms so employees know exactly what you expect, and how it should look and sound.
Reinforce team “grit” when results have to happen.
Describe getting teams to focus on goals vs. activity.
Understand how to build trust on multi-generational teams by recognizing the negative power of stereotyping different age groups. Generational myopia: (viewing the world-and work-only through our generational perspective).
Specific scenarios/role plays.
Successfully create a Personal Action Plan.
Content can be customized to your specific learning objectives and business needs.
For a price quote (discounted for EA members) and a full proposal:
When you need help answering the tough questions or tackling time-consuming projects, The Employers’ Association (EA) has you covered. Our experts in Human Resource Solutions, Professional Training and Wellness Consulting can meet your needs today. The EA was formed more than 60 years ago, by local companies for local companies, to address common workplace needs. We’re still doing it today.
From two-person companies to corporations with thousands of employees, our member organizations come in all different sizes and represent a broad spectrum of industries including manufacturing, engineering, agriculture, automotive, community service agencies, municipal and county governments, educational institutions, and more.
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