If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together. - Proverb
RESTORE, REVITALIZE, RECONNECT
The late, great Stephen Covey once said, “Trust comes from trustworthy acts”. The venerable Peter Drucker offered that, “Eventually, all grand visions devolve into real work”. Trust then, consequently, is not a speech or a lofty intent – it is an action.
Trust is as trust does. Actions carry consequences. Customers flock to brands they admire (and refer their friends). Staff give their hardest-working & most creative energies to leaders they respect. Team members and strategic partners stay focused on the end-in-mind and are more generous and effective in playing to each others strengths to achieve shared goals.
So, how do we realize the highest and best return on relationships?
Relationships of trust start with
Seriously Good People.
THE RETURN ON RELATIONSHIPS WORKSHOP
What You Do
People who are committed to timeless principles of personal and professional behaviors of character and skill earn the respect and trust of others. Learn how to create a track record of integrity and credibility to create a trustworthy reputation and increase your influence with others.
“We are what we repeatedly do, therefore, excellence is not a virtue, but a habit”
Build shared power through mastering the ability to negotiate and implement agreements of trust. Learn how to restore broken trust and become more effective at managing conflict, renewing confidence in collaboration, and revitalizing your most crucial relationships.
“Learn to love those you agree and disagree with, for they have both labored for the truth & both helped us find it”
- St. Thomas Aquinas
Learn the techniques of building trust through effective communication. Inspire authentic and personable relationships with those you serve and influence. Learn to listen effectively, engage, motivate, genuinely connect and create a sustainable culture of trust.
“Everyone has been made for some particular work and the desire for that work has been put in every heart”