A recent study found that 57 percent of people have left a job precisely because of their manager/leader*
Why? The reason is that often there is a lack of trust.
Who can benefit from Trust Building
- Team members
The challenge is that most managers or leaders do not understand how trust is impacting their effectiveness.
For example, a less experienced leader with the capacity to succeed but cannot get traction because their team doesn’t trust them.
Get Trust Building Training for Leaders and Managers
Everyone has aspects of their personality that either enhance or detract from their “Trustworthiness.”
To know, you must begin with awareness. When you become self-aware of trust strengths and weaknesses, you can address them with a logical training/development process.
First, take LifeThrive’s Trust Building Assessment. It will make you aware of these how strong/weak each trust component, including transparency, relatability, predictability, feasibility, and empowerment
Free Trust Assessment
LifeThrive's Trust Assessment will help you focus on each component of trust to help you develop deep and meaningful expectations with those whom you value and depend on most.
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After you complete your Trust Building Assessment and review the recommendations provided, you will be ready for our Trust Building Training for Leaders and Managers.
You’ll learn the following:
- Why do most companies have trust issues?
- Can your word, a promise, or a handshake initiate trust?
- What’s the difference between a lack of trust and a wiliness to trust and how to address each?
- What are the best methods for improving trust in both people and organizations?
- How can trust building improve internal and external customer loyalty and make that a business advantage?
- How can human data be applied within an organization to improve trust?
5 Keys to Building Trust
Learn ways to assess trustworthiness, how to build trust, and more.
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* Source: “The Frontline Leader Project: Exploring the Most Critical Segment of Leaders” study