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Building Teams that Trust

Teams that trust are more self-aware, engaged and productive; they give their best work freely and enjoy doing so; they move cohesively and creatively to achieve results; they engage in healthy, productive conflict; they commit to shared goals and accountability; and, they have fun. In this evidence-based workshop, we will take a practical and experiential look at the tools and skills required to build trust within teams, across departments and throughout the organization.
Facilitator: Patricia Galaczy
For more information about this course please contact Professional and Continuing Studies

Learning Outcomes:

  • Examine and assess individual communications styles and how they impact trust on teams
  • Understand the science behind how we experience trust & social systems
  • Develop tools and skills for enhanced self-awareness, ability to deal with ambiguity, social mastery, and relationship building
  • Boost team performance through mutual accountability
  • Increase your teams’ emotional intelligence
  • Review and apply models and tools for understanding, assessing and inspiring team development
  • Explore best practices for building a culture of trust