Building Trust With Your Virtual Team
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The results from the Edelman Global Trust Survey (2017) declared “Trust is in crisis around the world!”. Three years later it is arguably worse.
2020 has seen many of us shift to a home-office work environment amidst a general unease and uncertainty about not only our workplace, but our world. We are less connected and more fearful for our health and safety, necessary precursors for trust to exist.
Successful [long-term] leaders focus on building trust in their teams and organizations.They understand that trust is truly foundational to of all of our relationships; with it we have more energy, less stress, higher collaboration and productivity.
So where do we start?
First looking inward, and understanding how our brain works in relation to trust allows us to leverage this information and create conditions for trust to grow. Next we can explore and asses our feelings of trust, or the trustworthiness of ourselves and others, in relation to 4 domains: Sincerity, Reliability, Competence and Care. Now we are prepared to discuss trust within a more objective framework and focus on what’s working and where the opportunities are.
Join Kirk Fox for an interactive discussion on:
- The Neuroscience of Trust,
- The Four Domains of Trust,
- The Implications for [Virtual] Teams
Speaker Biography - Kirk Fox
I am a certified Executive Coach & senior leadership development facilitator. With a background in learning and development combined with over 30 years of business experience in a variety of sectors, I bring a unique focus to my work with all levels of leadership, and teams.
I coach senior executives, leaders, and teams in both the private and public sector. I encourage my clients to set goals to transform, and develop themselves, along with those around them, in order to maximize their personal, and professional potential. I received my executive coaching certification through Royal Roads University in 2013. and am a member of the International Coach Federation (ICF) as well as ICF Toronto Coaches and hold my PCC (Professional Certified Coach) designation.
I have over 25 years of experience in learning and development across many business sectors from airline to publishing. My work focuses on management, and leadership development centred programs. I hold my Certified Training and Development Professional (CTPD) designation.
In 2014, I won the ICF Prism award for Coaching Excellence; Coaching Skills for Managers. This award honours coaches that have achieved a standard of excellence in the implementation of coaching programs for culture change, leadership development, productivity, and performance improvement.