VIC Organisational Development Network
Check in time – 5:15 pm
Session start – 5:45 pm
Session finish – 7.00 pm
Trust is a key driving element in the success of any organisation and can make the difference between acceptable performance and high performance / outstanding mission achievement. Trust is also a key influencer of staff retention, job satisfaction, and creating a work environment that is productive.
According to research, individuals in teams with high levels of trust bring in more revenue, are less likely to leave, more likely to harness the power of diverse ideas and more likely to innovate and to thrive when taking managed risks.
During this session renowned presenter Marie-Claire Ross from Trustologie will share her insights from working with leadership and project teams in here and internationally to improve how people work together.
In this session you will discover:
• why we are ‘wired’ to need trust to support high performance.
• 6 essential drivers of trust that improve collaboration and team performance.
• 3 roadblocks that stop trust being built in teams.
Attendees may also have the opportunity to learn more about four primary behavioural traits linked to workplace performance. Join us and discover how to build high performance teams with all the essential elements of TRUST.
This forum is suitable for those in the mid to senior stages of their HR career, specifically in the roles of:
• Diversity and Inclusion
• Industrial Relations
• HR Business Partner
• Organisational Development
Speaker: Marie-Claire Ross, Chief Corporate Catalyst, Trustlogie
Marie-Claire is an internationally sought-after keynote and conference speaker, with over 100 presentations and workshops delivered over the past 8 years to audiences ranging from 10 to 600. Marie-Claire is an expert on trust at work. With her proprietary SUCCEeD Together Trust Framework®, she disrupts status quo thinking and helps leaders understand and apply next steps with her unique action plan .
Registration closes Monday 24 February 2020
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