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    Building and Maintaining Trust at All Organizational Levels and in Our Personal Lives

    Date: January 21, 2021, 4:00pm
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    Building and Maintaining Trust at All Organizational Levels and in Our Personal Lives


    Before we influence trust in our organizations, it starts on a personal level.  How do we impact that?  Want more people to buy-in to your mission?  Trust at all levels and departments in an organization is non-negotiable.  We either have it or we don’t.  If we don’t, we’re in trouble.  How do we build it?  How do we sustain it?  If we’ve lost it, how do we get it back?  Building it is a journey.  Losing it can happen in the blink of an eye. 

    It does not just mean trust with a colleague or among your leadership team…more critical is throughout all levels of your organization.  Does your organization have that?  How do you know?  If your front-line staff were asked in a private conversation tomorrow, what would they say? 

    We will address why this effects the performance of your organization. We will also discuss the impact of trust (or the lack thereof) in our personal lives and in the world around us not to mention how trust in one area impacts the other.

    We will cover key ingredients to building and maintaining trust as well as what to do if trust has been jeopardized.  We’ll discuss boundaries and methods to foster and maintain trust.  You’ll leave with some thought-provoking concepts and action steps including a practical worksheet to use going forward in your organization.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Describe the key elements of building and maintaining interpersonal trust and throughout an organization
    • Explain the impact of organizational trust and the lack thereof
    • Improve how to adapt to the challenges of the key ingredients
    • Explain why efforts toward employee engagement, D,E&I or even general performance are foolish without organizational trust
    • Describe the rebuilding process after the loss of organizational trust
    • Describe how organizational trust improves overall financials if executed properly

    About the Speaker:

    David Gallagher has more than 25 years of leadership and senior human resources experiences including at a DOW 30 company, as well as working directly with patients in private locked psychiatric hospitals for six years.  He has worked with leaders and organizations from around the U.S., England, Ireland and Canada virtually and in person. 

    David has worked with organizations of all sizes – from those with $2.5 billion in annual revenue to small, locally-owned businesses, Public Sector entities and non-profit volunteer organizations.  He is therefore cognizant of the fact that not every organization has as large of a budget and must work within that.  His observation is that all groups and industries are social systems and therefore have a similar theme when it comes to leading people.  So while different industries and non-profits may have different goals, measurements, language, industry-specific concerns…leadership of people is still leadership of people!

    He has a Master’s degree in Organizational Development from Temple University and a Bachelors degree in Psychology from The Pennsylvania State University. 

    This event has been approved for 1.0 HRCI business credits, and 1.0 SHRM credits.


         $20 - HRLA Members

         $35 - Non-members

         $10 - Students and In-transition members

     Sponsored By:

    Capital Wealth Management -

    Starts Thu Jan 21 2021, 04:00pm EST
    Ends Thu Jan 21 2021, 05:00pm ES