Note: This workshop is capped at 16 participants

Total Workshop Time: 3 - 4 Hour Sessions (12 Hours Total)

Pre-requisites: None.


“Who do you trust and who trusts you? The skill that separates mediocre managers from highly effective leaders in today’s higher education environment is the ability to extend Smart Trust. Leading at the Speed of Trust (TD1484) raises trust from an often ignored "soft skill" to a critical leadership behavior. When we engage with others at the Speed of Trust we dramatically increase effectiveness, significantly strengthen relationships, and substantially improve the likelihood of reaching objectives. The workshop is designed to help you learn the language and practice the behaviors research shows to be common to high trust people throughout the world. You will have the advantage of getting things done easier and quicker when you leave behind the low trust culture and climate that shows up all too often in higher education. Join us to find out what Leading at the Speed of Trust is and understand the real, genuine impact trust can have on your ability to lead and be effective.”

Participants will:

  • Understand why trust is a learnable and measurable leadership skill that makes organizations more profitable, people more promotable, and relationships more energizing.
  • Understand the hard, measurable impact of trust.
  • Quantify the real, measurable cost of the trust tax™ being paid within your organization, work group, or other relationships.
  • Master 13 behaviors common to high trust leaders around the world.
  • Learn and engage in a new language of keywords to communicate trust effectively.
  • Develop the critical leadership skill of learning to increase your propensity to extend trust.
  • Create a weekly Trust Action Plan to increase trust with all key stakeholders and relationships.

This Multi-Session workshop will include:

  • Session 1: The Case for Trust; Principles of SelfTrust & Improving SelfTrust; & Principles of Organizational Trust, pt. 1
  • Session 2: Principles of Relationship Trust, pt. 2; Building Trust & Extending and Restoring Trust & Principles of Organizational Trust, pt.1
  • Session 3: Principles of Organizational Trust, pt. 2; Organizational Credibility & Organizational Priciples of Market Trust: Building Market Trust; & Principles of Societal Trust

To maximize the collaborative learning, please review your calendar before registering to ensure you can attend all sessions.

Facilitated by: Michael McCleve, Associate Director, Dux Center and FranklinCovey Leading at the Speed of Trust Certified

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Level: Advanced

Type: All Inclusive

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