Bob Whipple, Leadergrow, Inc.
We have a faltering economy, and most organizations need top performance from their workforce to survive. Yet some of the draconian actions needed to remain alive destroy the hard-earned trust within organizations, which greatly reduces productivity. If this rings true for your situation, you will profoundly benefit from this brief program.
Join Robert T. Whipple – MBA CPLP for an entertaining and enlightening program that shows a clear pathway for enhancing trust and transparency in organizations. This session will be interactive, and it will reveal some wonderful opportunities to turning a corner on the malaise that has brought our country and many organizations to the brink of disaster.
Bob Whipple is known nationally as “The Trust Ambassador.” He has written three books on the topic of building and maintaining trust in organizations. He has been named by Leadership Excellence Magazine as one of the top 100 thought leaders in the country on the subject of Leadership Development.
In this meeting we will explore:
- The crisis of trust facing organizations in the US
- A definition of trust and some dimensions not often considered
- A model for how to build higher trust that works in today’s environment
- The impact of technological trends on the nature of trust
- The relationship between trust and fear
Participants will benefit from this program through a crystal clear view of the importance of trust and an understanding of why it has declined. They will recognize how the situation of low trust is not hopeless – there are pragmatic actions, even in the most challenging times, that place leaders on a path to higher trust and transparency. Participants will leave with three key actions they can take immediately that will begin a transformation in their organization, regardless of their current position in that organization.
Please join Bob for a program you will long remember as entertaining, highly informative, and critically insightful.
Open to the public. Bring your own coffee!
$8 for non-members; $5 for members, payable by cash or check at the door.
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