What Is Leadership Without Trust? Part Two

Mar 28

What Is Leadership Without Trust? Part Two

Mar 28 2018 - Mar 28 2019

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What is Leadership Without Trust? Creating a Safe Team Environment Part Two

Thursday, March 28, 2019  2:00 pm Eastern

What it’s about:
Building on the foundational concepts from the first webinar in this series, attendees will learn additional ways to create a safe team environment. Whether in the C-Suite, a middle manager, or aspiring leader, participants will learn ways to influence and improve both personal and team performance.

At the end of this webinar, active attendees will understand:

  • How the C-Suite can build a level of trust that keeps employees engaged in challenging times
  • What middle managers can do to boost alignment to company goals and ensure the right level of transparency
  • What new managers and team members can do to build trust among individuals and teams with differing goals

Who should attend:
Those who attended the first part of this two-part series should attend.


Individual Pricing:
CPCU Society members: FREE
Nonmembers: $79

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Kathleen Winsor-Games

Kathleen Winsor-Games is founder of The Winsor Group, an executive coaching firm. In this role, she serves as an adviser and strategist for leaders and C-suite executives, helping them to break through performance barriers and overcome obstacles to success. Through her programs, Winsor-Games aims to integrate communication strategies and practical tools that increase collaboration, improve team performance and deliver measurable results.

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