Boston Facilitators Roundtable - Event Information
BUILDING TRUST TO INCREASE TEAM EFFECTIVENESS AND ORGANIZATIONAL RESULTS
Trust is one of the key components of team effectiveness and ability to achieve results. Without it, teams will probably never achieve high performance. In this workshop, we’ll look at the implications of trust and distrust in teams and organizations.
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM Eastern
Harvard Pilgrim Health Care 93 Worcester Street, Intersection of Route 9 and 128 Wellesley, MA 02482 UNITED STATES
Trust is one of the key components of team effectiveness and ability to achieve results. Without it, teams will probably never achieve high performance. In this workshop, we’ll look at the implications of trust and distrust in teams and organizations. We’ll look at the factors that enable trust to flourish and at 8 different profiles of trust. Participants will examine their own trust profile and explore the implications of their trust tendencies. We’ll also look at what’s involved in developing a culture of trust. Lastly, we’ll discuss Lencioni’s “5 Dysfunctions” model and how to apply this model to teams, both client teams and team’s we are a part of – all of which will help us increase our appreciation of the importance of building trust in order to increase team effectiveness and organizational results.
An understanding of trust's impact on teamwork and organizational results
An appreciation of the three components of trust
An awareness of which of the eight profiles of trust you inhabit
A tool to understand why you do/don’t trust someone
Understand how to apply Lencioni’s "5 Dysfunctions model" to increase any team’s attention on trust
Greg Collins, Principal of Catalyz
Greg Collins is a management consultant and leadership coach who helps clients develop growth strategies and builds teams capable of implementing those strategies, to achieve sustainable revenue and profit growth. His work focuses on aligning the members of the client’s leadership team as a critical step in clarifying and implementing any strategy. Greg helps his clients develop or acquire essential capabilities as the means of accelerating their ability to deliver results.
Greg’s clients operate in both the for-profit and the not-for-profit sectors and range from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies. Greg holds a Master’s degree in Public and Private Management from the Yale School of Organization and Management and a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Cornell. He has also done coursework in Change Leadership and Adult Learning with the faculty from Harvard’s Graduate School of Education.