Time of Event:
Friday 22nd May 2020
07:30 - 09:00 AM
According to research, individuals on teams with high trust bring in more revenue, are less likely to leave, are more likely to harness the power of diverse ideas from their teammates. And it all starts with leaders.
In this informative event, renowned presenter, Marie-Claire Ross from Trustologie will be sharing her insights from working with both leadership and project teams to improve how people work together.
In this session, you will discover:
- 3 roadblocks that stop trust being built in teams.
- Why we are wired to need trust to support high performance.
- 6 essential trust drivers to improve collaboration and team performance.
Attendees will also have the opportunity to learn more about four primary behavioural traits linked to workplace performance, with access to an insightful and complimentary behavioural assessment profile.
Join us and discover best-in-class practices when it comes to building a high performance team with the all essential ingredient of trust.
Morning tea will be provided. Please advise of any dietary requirements.
Marie-Claire Ross, BA (Hons), is the Chief Corporate Catalyst at Trustologie. She is a workplace sociologist, author and consultant focused on helping leaders put the right processes in place, to build trust, in order to empower employees to speak up about issues, challenge each other and share information.
Marie-Claire also writes a monthly column in Facility Management magazine on corporate culture and has been interviewed for BRW and Sky Business News. She is also the author of Transform your Safety Communication, which provides safety professionals with easy techniques to engage their workforce on safety. Marie-Claire is on the SME committee for Australian Institute of Company Directors and is also a fellow of The CEO Institute.