Elements of Building Self-Renewing Trust and Recreating it When it has Been Lost
Trust between employees frees them to work towards common goals with a minimum of conflict, and with an assumption of positive intent.
January CEO Tools Workshop
Tuesday, January 9 2017
Elements of Building a Culture with Self-Renewing Trust
Marty Palecki, Leadership Experience Group
Lynden International, SeaTac WA
The program begins promptly at 9am followed by complimentary lunch from noon-1pm. All who are attending the morning session are invited to join us for lunch. If you are not able to attend lunch, or if you observe any dietary restrictions, please let Stacey Romero (email@example.com) know by close of business on Friday, January 5th.
MEMBERS AND EMPLOYEE GUESTS
Members arrive at 7:30am for breakfast and check-in. If you have invited employee guests, please send their names, titles and email addresses to Stacey Romero (firstname.lastname@example.org) by close of business on Wednesday, January 3rd. Employee guests are invited to attend the workshop and lunch: 8:45am-1pm
WHERE WE WILL MEET
18000 International Blvd #700, SeaTac WA 98188
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Parking: There are specific parking instructions, which will be sent upon RSVP.
WHY THIS TOPIC IS IMPORTANT FOR CEOs AND THEIR COMPANIES
Increasing your understanding of your role in building trust and the role that trust plays in creating healthy culture, high performance teams, and even in sales work, is just the beginning. In this CEO Tools Workshop, you will learn specific tools and techniques for creating trust and then how applying those skills and techniques is an important part of your role.
SPECIFIC TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES YOU WILL LEARN AND PRACTICE
– Identifying the key essential behaviors of a high trust culture
– Recognizing the symptoms that indicate trust is being blocked or broken
– Delineating 1-3 leaderships practices to build, increase or restore the level of trust in your organization
QUESTIONS THE CEO SHOULD BE ASKING
– What aspects of our company culture (behaviors) are delaying or blocking our productivity?
– Are my actions consistent with what I say?
– Who are the most trusted team members and why?
– Bring a copy of your current core belief/values, mission and vision statements.
– List any present or anticipated organizational changes (expansion, introduction of new products or services, changes in leadership or workforce size, re-branding etc.)
– Identify an area or work group where there is need for marked improvement.
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Marty Palecki is the founder of the Leadership Experience Group, a business consulting and coaching firm. Ms. Palecki has comprehensive senior management experience in all aspects of Human Resources consulting, change management and strategic planning. Presently she works with senior leaders who face critical business issues in cultural change, leadership alignment, and continued growth. Marty focuses on strategic intention, leadership, communication, and leadership development.