Trust is the necessary foundation of solid relationships. Yet strangely, in most workplaces and in many client/service provider relationships, trust comes into question. Second-guessing another is a biologically embedded reflex when we encounter stressful situations. And let’s face it: No workplace is stress-free. We are programmed to keep ourselves safe, and since we trust ourselves, when the unknown or untrue surface, we’re tempted to question others. The potential result? Your colleagues may find themselves caught in situations where they don’t feel safe communicating their concerns, let alone their ingenuities.
Feeling unsafe in the workplace can lead into a downward spiral when trust is not part of the foundation. Egos ignite, solutions and cooperation are out the window, people aren’t working to potential, and turnover increases. DRIVEN continues to work with evolved companies to prevent this type of bottoming-out, transforming their cultures into trusting, open and stress-lite environments. We’re excited to offer some solutions for you, yourself to increase your understanding of trust, and to provide the tools you can apply at work. During our workshop, we’ll examine:
- How we can increase a person’s trust in us in 0.7 seconds (yes, that is less than one second!)
- What trust IS, and what the components of trust are.
- How to have intentional trust-building conversations.
- Why trust becomes vulnerable in stressful situations.
- How to have difficult conversations.
- How to manage toxic encounters.
Join us for this informative event, and contribute to your firm’s momentum as a leader in its field!
6:00-6:30pm: Registration, networking and noshing
6:30-8:15pm: Main Program
8:15-9pm: Networking Opportunities
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And don’t forget: Attending this event qualifies you for 1.5 CPE Credits!