Trust: The Invisible Key to Success in an Organization
Trust is a major building block to success in an organization. Trust in organizations leads to higher productivity, increased engagement, and quality work. Work teams and organizations with little or no trust experience an increase in absenteeism, decreased productivity, and increased turnover. Trust is fragile - undefined - it is easily broken and difficult to regain. This session is based on the research and book, Trust and Betrayal in the Workplace by Dennis and Michelle Reina.
Upon completion of the presentation, participants will:
- Learn about the role trust plays in organizations
- Learn about the types of trust that exist in the workplace
- Learn how to rebuild trust once it is broken.
Sponsored by your ATD chapter, Dawn Johnson will lead us in this insightful change making dynamic program.
Dawn has a passion for creating success in organizations. For more than 15 years Dawn has been developing people, small businesses, and organizations in a variety of industries including health care, higher education, economic development, and energy. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and is currently completing a double master’s degree in Business Administration and Management. Her professional interests include: employee onboarding, employee engagement, organizational culture, effective teams, and employee/employer loyalty, and trust. She currently works in Learning and Organization Development at ALLETE and serves as the President of the Lake Superior Chapter of the Association for Talent Development.
WHEN: Tuesday, September 16, 2014
WHERE: ALLETE/MinnesotaPower, 30 West Superior Street, Duluth
TIME: Program and Lunch 11:30 am undefined 1:00 pm
COST: $15.00 for Members $25.00 for Non-members