Building a high-trust culture could be considered the Holy Grail of OD professionals. It’s a daunting task – perhaps a “mission impossible” – but once achieved, it can be the ultimate efficiency and productivity tool, providing a strategic advantage that competitors find difficult to duplicate. But high trust comes with costs, too, and many argue you simply can’t train for it.
In this webinar, author and organizational development specialist Laurie Ribble Libove will challenge those naysayers by presenting a comprehensive model for identifying, achieving, and maintaining the optimal level of trust for your organization, whether it’s a single location staffed by on-site employees, a virtual network of globally dispersed partners, or something in between.
What You Will Learn:
- Key indicators of the overall level of trust in an organization
- The comparative costs and benefits of high vs. low trust
- Four behaviors that communicate trust
- Strategies for embedding trust building behaviors into organizational processes
Who Should Attend:
- Learning, Development, and Training Professionals
- OD Consultants
- HR Business Partners
About the Presenter:
Laurie Ribble Libove is a specialist in strategic human resource management and organizational development. She earned a M.S. from the School of Management and Labor Relations at Rutgers University and a B.S. in Economics from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. Prior to joining Napa Valley College in 2009, Laurie was a Visiting Lecturer at the Haas School of Business, University of California – Berkeley and an Instructor in the MBA program at Dominican University of California. Her publication credits include training tools on change management, visionary leadership, team trust, and listening.