About the program: Healthy productive relationships have one thing in common–they are all built on a solid foundation of trust. High levels of trust in personal, team, and organizational relationships allow creativity, productivity, efficiency, and innovation to flourish. Understanding how to talk about trust and learning effective strategies to build trust can revive and nurture relationships which foster a trusting culture.

Our half–day Building Trust program is built on the ABCD Trust Model™—a simple yet powerful tool that teaches the four elements of trust that are critical to creating and sustaining trustful relationships. Participants gain awareness of and sensitivity to the behaviors that influence trust and learn how to build and sustain trust effectively. This easy-to-learn model provides a common language for individuals and organizations to improve the level of trust in all relationships.

Who Should Attend: Trust is a fundamental part of all healthy relationships, so this program is designed for individuals, leaders, and teams who want to have more trustful relationships while positively impacting organizational productivity and morale.

Participants Learn To:
• Understand why it is important to be concerned with trust when leading individuals and teams
• Gain awareness of the elements of trust, the factors that erode trust, and what you can do to build and sustain trust
• Learn a common language for enhancing trusting relationships and becoming a more trustworthy leader
• Improve morale and retention through creating a culture of trust that allows creativity, productivity, and commitment to flourish
• Diagnose trust issues, manage trust conversations, and revive broken trust

Delivery options: Every topic could be delivered as training (open or in-house). It is recommended that there is a follow up after the training in the form of coaching for individual or team. The biggest impact on a company is made by making a tailor made development project which would consist of detailed assessment of development needs, and followed by the monitoring and maintenance of the achieved effects carried out during and after the development process.