Full course description
If you manage people, you know building and maintaining trust is the foundation of a strong culture. But what happens when outside factors, such as a pandemic or constant unforeseen change, uproot the foundation. Is your team purposely creating conflict or are their nervous systems out of whack and unable to release chemicals that allow us to trust?
This session will focus on eight key management behaviors, based on the research of neuroeconomist Paul Zak, that foster trust within organizations, often resulting in higher productivity, increased energy, better collaboration, and greater employee loyalty, among other benefits. You will have the opportunity to understand how chemicals in our brain create and inhibit trust, learn about daily hacks to trigger the trust-inducing chemicals, and collaborate with other leaders to formulate your own approach to improving and maintaining long-term trust within your team.
Date, Time & Location
- NEW Date: Thursday, April 14, 2022
- Time: 10:00 am - Noon
- Location: Cantril Gym
- Instructor: Jolee Jones