Becoming a High Performance and High Trust Leader
March 13, 2020 - 9:00 A.M. to 3:00. P.M.
501 Queens Road, Charlotte 28207
Registration Form (Space is first-come, first-served and is limited*)
Successful teams and organizations are built upon a culture of high trust. Managing team members who don’t seem to share your passion for the mission of the organization, accountability for their work, can be a performance issues and also a trust issue. Do you ask yourself if you are inspiring them, helping them see more and feel more deeply accountable to each other and the organization? Do they share the same big picture view and priorities you have?
Join us for this one day workshop (9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.) as we focus on developing the skill-set of a high trust leader to impact more productivity, positivity and results. In this workshop we will focus on:
- Identify the characteristics needed to be a high trust leader
- Assess your strengths and blind spots when it comes to building a culture of trust with and among your team
- Develop ways to improve the trust and confidence of your team members
- Learn several high leverage techniques to build trusting relationships that produce higher performance and higher levels of self-management and accountability
- Create an action plan you can begin implementing immediately
Instructors and facilitators for this workshop:
Allyson was the Senior Human Resources Manager of Learning and Development for Mecklenburg County. She has extensive experience in organizational assessment and development with a focus on leadership development, trust building, on-boarding, and coaching. She is currently serving as the Human Resources Manager for the YWCA in Charlotte.
Megan has thirty years of experience working in a large organization (6000 employees) providing process improvement methodology, organizational and leadership development, and personalized coaching for individual contributors to executives. She has solid background facilitating workshops from top leadership development organizations in the country such as The Ken Blanchard Companies, FranklinCovey, and VitalSmarts. Megan is head of Megan Palmer Consulting in Charlotte.
Registration information and fees:
Cost of Workshop is $95 per person.
This workshop is intended for nonprofit directors, managers, and supervisors of multi-person teams.
We assume participants have had previous supervisory training.
If you have questions please call Juontonio Pinckney, LevRidge Resources @ 704.561.5696