Building Trust in a Team

Teams can produce more creative solutions than individuals, attain higher goals, and work through complex problem which leads to a competitive advantage. Team building fosters better and open communication across all levels, which improves job satisfaction.

Team building improves professional relationships and enhances understanding and co-operation, all of which are directly reflected in work quality and organizational cohesiveness. Effective teams positively impact employee motivation and trust, factors that lead to improved productivity. But to have all these rewards a team must first “trust” each other and be vulnerable with their flaws.

Why You Should Attend:

There have been more than a few companies which have failed over the years not because they lacked the business skills. Matter of fact most of them had more than enough intelligence, business skills, degrees, and data. What they lacked was organizational health which caused all other sorts of problems and in some cases their demise. Building cohesive teams can be a step in the right direction for organizational health.

The first step in building a cohesive team is “trust”. This one-hour webinar will take you through some of the steps required to start building trust among the team. With this empowerment of knowledge and continuous focus on building trust, your team will begin to strengthen and be more engaged. The rewards of a cohesive team far surpass the rewards of just an intellectual team.

Having a basic understanding of the individuals on the team and everyone having a commitment to the strategic goal of trust on the team will highly increase the chances of success. But if not handled correctly it can also create a silo affect. This webinar will explain some of the do’s and don’ts of building trust and make you the hero that helped solve the issues.

Areas Covered in the Session :

  • Where to start in building trust?
  • How long and when do I know we have trust?
  • How does personality play a role in trust building?
  • Self-awareness to attributes (What is the fatal attribution error?)
  • Understanding team members beyond roles
  • What is the goal of the individual vs. the team
  • Why does my team member (person) act that way?
  • What are some do’s and don’ts?
Who Should Attend:

  • HR Professionals
  • CEO’s
  • Senior Vice Presidents
  • Vice Presidents
  • Executive Directors
  • Managing Directors
  • Regional Vice Presidents
  • Supervisors
  • Managers
  • Team Leaders

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Randall Olson

Randall Olson is a founding partner of MTI Business Solutions, where he works as a professional trainer and consultant specializing in management, leadership, team building, communication and sales training, as well as services related to Everything DiSC, Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team, employee communication and more.
Randall has more than 25 years of experience in adult, corporate and continuing education. His background encompasses all aspects of training, including design, development, and delivery. He has an in-depth knowledge of personality profiling in regards to employee, management, and leadership personality interactions. He is an Everything DiSC certified trainer.
He is a veteran of the United States Air Force and volunteers training services to the Baldwin Veterans Court System. He is a member of the Association for Talent Development (ATD), the Alabama Restaurant Association and the Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce.

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