How Leaders Can Create Trust That Lasts

Prepared for Tieto

Webinar Description

“The single biggest problem with communication is the illusion that it has taken place.”
— George Bernard Shaw

It can be easy to create trust when things are going well. However, how can leaders create and sustain it during times of complexity and change? Especially when people and teams experience uncertainty regarding, among other things, their roles and expectations?

In these situations, there exists a well-defined way to create an environment of trust that lasts, no matter what change or difficulty is occurring. You might be surprised to discover that it has nothing to do with trying to change the behavior of others. Instead, it has everything to do with the mindset that you use when you are with them.

In this webinar, you will first learn a paradigm that demonstrates the way in which focusing your attention can actually change your brain. This, in turn, shifts the way you perceive a situation. With this new focus, people begin to relax in your presence. Their natural creative intelligence and desire to contribute their best begins to emerge. The result? Trust.

You will be given a very simple, direct, yet powerful tool that will give you a way to focus your attention in a way that is guaranteed to create trust, with ease, the more you use it. The results regarding the emergence of trust in groups, companies, and corporations, have been empirically validated worldwide, over the past 35 years, with thousands of people.

It is well known that teams scoring well on measures of trust become highly innovative. They know how to collaborate quickly and easily. Join us and you will discover how to create this powerful, yet simple, human experience.

Some successful leaders intuitively know how to generate trust in those they lead. For the rest of us, this paradigm and tool will do the job. If you use this tool consistently, we guarantee that your life as a leader will become easier!

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