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Trust: Today's Critical, Learnable Competency

Accelerate performance by building leadership trust in the workplace

Trust is the new currency in today's connected, collaborative world. Contrary to what most people think, creating trust is a learnable skill.

When trust is low, individuals become suspicious of each other, their boss, and of the organization. They guard communication, speculate, and disengage. As a result, productivity grinds to a crawl and costs increase.

When trust is high, communication, creativity, and engagement improve. Productivity speeds up and costs decrease as attention is redirected toward objectives instead of suspicion and frustration.

In the Speed of Trust Foundations work session, individuals learn the language and behaviors that lead to high-trust teams and organizations.


You Will Learn To:

  • Identify and address 'trust gaps'
  • Create a Trust Action Plan to increase personal credibility and influence
  • Practice communicating transparently, respectfully, and directly
  • Identify how to extend appropriate levels of trust with co-workers
  • Improve their tract record of keeping commitments through a Peer Accountability Process


What You Receive:*

  • Participant Guidebook
  • Speed of Trust Action Cards
  • Speed of Trust Digital Coach app
  • Speed of Trust Paperback Book


Length of Training:

Three Live Online sessions:

  • Session A: 11:00 am–12:30 pm ET
  • 45 Minute Break
  • Session B: 1:15 pm–3:00 pm ET
  • 45 Minute Break
  • Session C: 3:45 pm –5:30 pm ET


Program Cost: $399.00

Duration: 1 day (Live Online)  |  0.5 CEU  |  


*Materials will be shipped. FranklinCovey cannot guarantee arrival prior to the beginning of the session if registration is within 7 business days of the date of the program. Electronic downloads of participant guidebook will be available prior to the Zoom session.


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Register for The Speed of Trust® Foundations Live Online

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