What Does Trust Got to Do With Leadership

  • E-Learning

Leadership requires managers to build trusting relationships with those who report to them. This course uses workplace scenarios to illustrate the common shortcomings of managers that lead to distrust and dysfunctional work teams.

The course explains how leaders can be open, credible, humble, and competent and build trusting relationships with the people who report to them and thereby improve organizational performance and problem solving. The importance of giving recognition to subordinates and collaborating to find workable solutions is emphasized. This short video opens management eyes about the importance of honesty and open communication in the workplace. 

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Topics Covered

  • Be Open
  • Be Credible 
  • Be Humble 
  • Be Competent 
  • Building Trust Works 

Duration:

0.32 hours

Code/regulation:

Best Practices

Frequency:

As Needed

Who Should Attend:

Managers, Department Heads, Team Leaders And Others Who Manage People