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How to Build Trust and Morale
Tuesday 28th June , 10:00 – 12:00
If we could condense this session into one word it would be ‘communicate’. Thankfully, we’re not going to be getting you to do some wacky trust exercises we are going to be giving you some practical pointers to up the trust and morale levels in your business. Take the 13 question trust assessment to see how you fair with your relationships.
By the end of this webinar, you will be able to:
- Identify the relationships where you need to build trust
- Survey your team to discover their levels of engagement in the workplace
- Identify the 3 keys to employee motivation
This course will include the following:
- Trust as the foundation for effective team performance
- What is the psychological contract and why is it important?
- Practical tips to build trust
- How to engage your employees
- Deeper dive into employee engagement and the 12 key questions to ask your employees
- The dimensions of trust: physical, emotional and financial
As this session is a webinar, delegate mics and cameras will be off so you can rest assured, we won’t see you in your ‘comfy’ hoodie working from home or hear your colleague in the background! However, to get the best experience we kindly ask that delegates;
- Join the session on time and stay until the end
- Join on a laptop, computer, or tablet with a big enough screen to see content on slides
- Have a notepad and pen to note down those ‘aha’ moments and ideas
- Use the chat function to introduce themselves and interact with the content
- Eliminate any distractions – pet snuggles aside!
If webinars aren’t your thing and you would prefer more on camera or face-to-face interaction, then have a look at our on-demand management development training modules. These provide more in-depth learning on each topic.
We will provide you with a PDF of the webinar slides, copies of the tools discussed and Annie’s book recommendations during the session!
Annie is a CIPD accredited learning and development specialist, and an MHFA England accredited mental health first aid instructor.