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Building Trust in the Workplace

  • 25 Mar 2020
  • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
  • Online Via Zoom


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Building Trust in the Workplace

Trust is fragile—it is easily broken and can be extremely difficult to regain. Organizations with low levels of trust among employees experience more absenteeism, more turnover, and less productivity than their high trust peers. Organizations that experience high levels of trust report higher productivity, increased teamwork, higher shareholder return, and lower costs—among other benefits.

This online session is based on the research and book, Trust and Betrayal in the Workplace by Dennis Reina, Ph.D. and Michelle Reina, Ph.D. Participants will learn about the role that trust plays in organizations, the types of trust that exist in the workplace, and ideas for rebuilding trust once it is broken.


  • Describe the role trust plays in organizational success
  • Identify at least three behaviors that build trust and break trust
  • Describe steps that can be taken to rebuild trust once it has been broken

Dawn Johnson

Dawn is on a mission to rescue leaders from ineffective leadership development. As Owner and Principal Consultant of On the Rise Development, Dawn focuses on development activities that effectively build people leadership skills. The ability to build trust as a leader is the foundation of people leadership.

For more than 18 years Dawn has been developing people, small businesses, and organizations in a variety of industries including health care, higher education, direct sales, and energy. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and an MBA and a Master of Arts in Management all from The College of St. Scholastica.

Wednesday, March 25

Online via Zoom

Time: 6:00 PM

Free for Members    $10.00 for Non-members   


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