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Building Trust in Workplace Relationships

Trust is all about vulnerability. When there is trust, team members/co-workers can be comfortable being open, even exposed, to one another regarding their failures, weaknesses, and fears. Vulnerability-based trust is predicated on the simple and practical idea that people who are willing to admit the truth about themselves are not going to engage in the kind of political behavior that wastes everyone’s time and energy and, more importantly, makes it difficult to achieve real results.

In this webinar, we will focus on the first Module of The 5 Behaviours of a Cohesive Team. Although you may not be part of a large team, you do have some version of workplace relationships. Activities will help participants to understand their strengths and challenges around trust and create a plan to improve in this area.

Learning Objectives 

  • Learn why building trust in workplace relationships is important.
  • Discover how lack of trust can impact your team/workplace.
  • Explore the concept of vulnerability-based trust and why it matters.
  • Identify challenges you might have with this behavior and how you could begin to improve.

Presented By: Tracey Kowalchuk, Leadership Development Coach 

Tracey Kowalchuk is a Professional Certified Coach, an inspirational leader & speaker. Tracey uses her talents to support clients through team development and 1-on-1 coaching to generate important insights, gain clarity, focus, and make decisions to improve performance. Tracey has a unique ability to zero in on issues and utilize the coach-approach to help leaders discover their own leadership proficiencies while creating and welcoming change in their organizations. Tracey founded TK & Associates Coaching Inc. where she inspires by working with individuals and groups who are eager to create a shift in thinking and being. Tracey is a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach (CPCC), with the Co-Active Training Institute® (CTI), an Authorized Partner with The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team and Everything DiSC®, a Certified Administrator of The Leadership Circle Profile 360 and Culture Survey, a certified practitioner of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI®), a graduate of the CTI Co-Active Leadership Program and a CTI trained Executive Coach. She is a credentialed member of the International Coaches Federation (ACC), the ICF Prairie Charter Chapter and the SK Teachers Federation.

Tracey Kowalchuk, Leadership Development Coach

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