Great Place to Work -
February 3, 2016
Do you tend to trust others willingly, or do you give trust sparingly? Trust is the defining principle of great workplaces — created through management's credibility, the respect with which employees feel they are treated, and the extent to which employees expect to be treated fairly.
By exploring the Trust Mindset™, leaders will see how the "soft" skill of trusting makes hard-nosed business sense, as well as how they can shift to a High-Trust way of thinking that can transform their teams. In this 30-minute webinar, our own workplace culture experts, Ed Frauenheim and Julian Lute, gave a preview of their workshop that was at the 2016 Great Place to Work® Conference. Listen as they briefly delve into the High-Trust Mindset, a critical feature of leaders who create best-in-class, high-performing cultures.
SpeakerEd FrauenheimDirector of Research and ContentGreat Place to Work®
SpeakerJulian LuteOrganizational Culture ConsultantGreat Place to Work®