Several recent workforce studies have shown that the number one cited characteristic of an effective leader is trust. Great leaders don’t dictate, they influence. And influence comes from your ability to engender credibility and inspire people to believe you...and believe in you. When your team members trust you as a leader, they will readily volunteer their best efforts.
Following this course, participants will be able to:
• Understand how trust will help you produce better results—faster.
• Adopt the specific behaviors that build and maintain trust.
• Identify the “taxes” low trust exacts on the ability of your team to achieve your team’s purposes.
• Increase attention on critical objectives instead of politics and hidden
Time: 7:30 am - 11:30 am CT
Instructor: J. Scott Hopkins
This course is hosted by the Minneapolis Chapter. Contact Denae Simmonds at 952-591-1800 for pricing and registration information.