You are invited to attend: Leadership Excellence Summer Seminar (Restoring Trust in the Workplace) on July 16, 2013 at The Greater Irving – Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce.
1:30 – 2:00 pm Registration/Networking/Attendee Introductions
2:00 – 4:00 pm Program Presentation – Jack Smalley, VP Human Resources, International Headquartes of Express Employment Professionals, Oklahoma City, OK
- Four trust building behaviors
- What happens when people trust/distrust a company
- 12 behaviors that create a lack of trust
- Partnership and trust
- Restoring trust
- Trust and commitment, consistency and appreciation
4:00 PM Door Prizesand conclusion
Program pre-approved for 2.0 Hours of HRCI Credit
Cost $15.00 per person; 3 or more from one organization $10.00 per person
Deadline to register – Friday, 7/12/13
More information – Contact Penny Gilden-Yunker at 972-258-4981 x 211 or firstname.lastname@example.org
It’s no secret that trust in the workplace is at its lowest level in decades. According to Gallup, only 29% of employees are fully engaged and the most populated generation in the workplace – the Millennials – is firing out résumés due to a lack of trust in leadership resulting in organizational dissatisfaction. We’ve been surrounded by massive fraud and scandal in both the business and publilc sectors – from the banking industry to the energy sector to even the IRS.
Can trust be restored in the workplace? Yes, but it is a marathon, not a sprint. Trust, not money, is the currency of business and life. During this session, we’ll identify whether we are “blind trusters” or “distrusters.” We’ll also discuss the secrets behind the most trusted companies and how trust impacts retention, sales, customer service, and profits.
Restoring trust in our workplace begins with each of us. As leaders, we must understand, accept, and take ownership of how every daily decision we make impacts others. In today’s highly competitive business environment, remaining No. 1 has become the new standard and can only be achieved by developing a culture of trust with your employees and external customers.
All proceeds benefit: One Irving…Making the Grade