With a special guest speaker: The power of a company culture of trust in a crisis. Join our webinar for FREE to understand the neuroscience of trust and see why it also makes legal sense
Key growth ingredients. A culture of trust. And why it even makes legal sense to build it. In times of crisis, the pressure goes up. Emotions flare and everything suddenly seems to matter more: Our performance, personalities, interpersonal connections and our decisions.
That’s when your efforts to foster trust in your team can help turn a catastrophe into a time of huge growth. And we’ve got some awesome science to show you on this topic. So join our FREE webinar on maintaining social capital and a culture of trust on Thursday 20 August – register here.
A CULTURE OF TRUST
We’ve previously discussed how vital developing trust in your company is for creating a happier, healthier and more productive work environment. Because trust can have such a dramatic influence on the core beliefs that individuals hold inside themselves, which in turn impacts your entire company culture and organisational behaviour, we’ve looked at building trust in leadership and collected all of those insights into an overview of what it means to build trust in the workplace.
And, if anything, the pressures of 2020 have highlighted why it’s so important.
Also see how to increase performance by building trust in teams.
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THE VALUE OF TRUST IN A CRISIS
Time and again, research shows that it’s the social connections between the people within an organisation that drives real change and growth. Take it from CEO and entrepreneur Margaret Heffernan:
But what does this mean for each of us right now? We want to get practical with cultures of trust in our upcoming webinar.
JOIN OUR CULTURE OF TRUST WEBINAR
Times of crisis turn up the pressure. And, time and again, we’ve seen that one of the vital elements to navigating the crisis and coming out stronger at the other end is the level of trust in your company.
That’s why we’re hosting a special webinar on maintaining a culture of trust in your organisation on Thursday 20 August at 14:00 SAST. It’s FREE and you can register right now.
WHAT TO EXPECT FROM THIS WEBINAR
We’re going to focus on the brain science of trust. To look at how quickly trust can be built and eroded in your company. And, how, in a crisis, often the processes we put in place can erode all the work we’ve done on developing social capital.
But we’re also going to give you practical advice on building trust. And, importantly, we’ll introduce a new practice that tackles trust-building from a legal and contractual angle, namely Conscious Contracts.
- The psychology and neuroscience of trust
- How building or eroding trust affects people’s performance at work
- Practical advice and guidelines on ways to build and maintain trust through your interactions with your people, teams and company
- Conscious Contracting: a contracts process that can revolutionise discussions with your people and partners to allow for trust-building and adaptability in difficult times.
PLUS: MEET OUR GUEST SPEAKER, ATTORNEY RHIANNON THOMAS
Attorney, mediator, values consultant and a certified Conscious Contracts provider. We’re super happy to introduce Rhiannon Thomas as guest speaker for this webinar. Rhiannon found her tribe in the Integrative Law movement, which aims to bring more heart into law. And we’re excited to get her insights on how trust, culture and social capital from a legal perspective.
LIFEXCHANGE SOLUTIONS WEBINAR: CULTURE OF TRUST IN DIFFICULT TIMES
PLUS: HOW TO LOG IN AND PARTICIPATE IN THIS WEBINAR
This free webinar will be hosted via popular video conferencing platform Zoom. You can download Zoom on your computer or your phone via your app store, or you can even join the webinar online via your browser. How it works: Once you’ve registered for the webinar, we’ll send you a meeting ID – a 10-digit number – and with it, you can follow these steps to sign in to the webinar on 14 April at 14:00 for free:
VIA YOUR PC OR PHONE
Open the programme or app and sign in (optional), then click or tap “Join a meeting”. Enter the 10-digit meeting ID and then – importantly – select to join the webinar with device and video.
Here’s a video on logging in with your desktop PC:
LOG IN VIA YOUR BROWSER
If you didn’t have time to download Zoom, you can still join by going to https://join.zoom.us/ and entering your 10-digit meeting ID. Your computer will ask you if it can open Zoom? Click “open” and it’ll take you to the webinar.
If you have any trouble connecting your video and sound, here’s a handy video that shows you the sound controls:
WHAT IS A WEBINAR AND HOW DOES IT WORK?
As you can tell from the word webinar, it comes from “web + seminar”. So it’s an online workshop-style meeting. The benefit is, of course, you don’t have to physically be there, you can log in from the comfort of your home or office anywhere in the world.
Dr Cobus will be leading a presentation that you can follow on your device. And, you can interact and ask questions etc. via chats on your device.
DO YOU HAVE TO BE ON CAMERA FOR THIS WEBINAR?
No. You log in with just audio, meaning you’ll be able to see and hear everything but your video won’t be active. You’ll be invited to ask questions and engage via Zoom’s built-in chat messaging
Tip: Remember to set up how you connect your audio or video –the options are always at to bottom left of your device’s screen.
We’re looking forward to seeing you at LifeXchange Solutions’ FREE webinar on mentoring and coaching. Any questions, please contact us.
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