TRUST IS EITHER BUILT OR ERODED OVER TIME AND IS INFLUENCED BY A PERSON’S LEVEL OF COMPETENCE AND THEIR CHARACTER.
WHY IS TRUST IMPORTANT? CAN IT BE IMPROVED?
It’s possible to intentionally practice trust, once we better understand factors that contribute to it. We need to establish a baseline understanding of our ability to trust others and be seen as trustworthy so we can focus on areas of opportunity.
So, what is trust? Trust is a logical and emotional act, and it’s a two-way street. We grant trust to others and we demonstrate trustworthiness ourselves.
In this workshop participants will learn the four (4) primary factors that build or erode trust. They will assess their own trustworthiness, as well as their level of trust in others, and determine tangible ways to increase trust overall.
Objectives of the Cultivating Trust in Relationships workshop include:
- Review the four (4) main aspects of trust and explore how they relate to competence and character
- Identify triggers that lead to mistrust and learn to leverage behaviors that generate trust within a team
- Learn how boundaries impact trust and create a plan for setting clear expectations
- Learn strategies for identifying and addressing underlying causes of mistrust