Sheila Krejci, M ED is keynote speaker at Ijona Skills and she is an author, master facilitator and consultant at Sheila K Consulting, Inc. has trained and coached hundreds of corporate leaders, police and fire support staff, professional, technical and support employees and elected officials to recognize and mitigate the risks of inappropriate and destructive workplace behaviors, participate in the investigation of harassment and discrimination claims and model critical behaviors that encourage respect for healthier, happier, more productive workplaces. Her recent courses, "Cultivating Workpl........
The most consistently highly productive, highly satisfied teams share many commonalities-chief among them is "vulnerability-based trust!" Not predictive, behavior-based trust-that which developswith experience-getting to know and then predict how a colleague, customer, direct report will respond and take action. Vulnerability based trust develops when members of a team know others have their backs-no matter their inadequacies, their short comings, their mistakes; team members are as concerned each other's' success as their own.
And who is the role model for teams to develop trust at this level? You-their leader! Whether you're the formal Manager, Project Team Lead or one of the group members one thing is certain, great teams are comprised of members willing and able to share leadership when called upon. That means then, WE ARE ALL role models.
Citing real examples of workplace teams in healthcare, city government, county utilities, insurance,IT, construction, a nonprofit and global technology who have achieved vulnerability-based trust with demonstrated results. These teams have documented much improved employee engagement scores, lower turnover rates, instances of competing teams pulling together, increased problem-solving capabilities and significant improvements in their bottom line.
Why should you attend?
You'll walk away with the real examples of how leaders and teams in yours and others industries have achieved TRUST by demonstrating vulnerability with their colleagues and direct reports.
Best of all, you'll leave with at least 10 examples of how you can demonstrate vulnerability with your staff in the days immediately following the webinar. Be prepared to commit to taking action on one or more of these ideas and you'll see immediate results! This webinar is for you IF you're a leader or team member.
- Anxious to take teamwork to the next level
- Willing to model sometimes personal, not always comfortable behaviors for your
- Recognizing your current team dysfunction due to tense team relationships currently
- Frustrated that your once animated, fun, productive team has become stagnant, boring,
- even lacking minimal performance levels
- Interested in exploring the healthy side of conflict with colleagues who trust one another
- Needing ideas and actions that you can begin using with your team immediately
Areas Covered in the Session:
- Differentiating predictive trust from vulnerability-based trust so critical to the real work of teams in workplaces today.
- Separating the typical approaches to sharing personal strengths and blind spots with others from the techniques that really work
- Multiple stories of teams who have embraced vulnerability-based trust and the incredible results the have discovered.
- At least 10 examples of techniques you might use with those you work with-truly demonstrating your commitment to being vulnerable so that others will follow your
Who can Benefit:
- Managers and Supervisors
- Trainers or Facilitators
- Workshop Leaders
- All types of team leaders and members