How to Empower Others to Do Their Best
Experts agree that a leader’s effectiveness is built on the quality of his relationships with the people he leads. They also agree that in order to nourish strong relationships, the “trust factor” is the most crucial component involved. When trust is high, we feel most safe and are willing to cooperate with others. When trust is low, we fear others and try to dodge close relationships. Trust is the solid ground upon which a relationship can grow and flourish.
The definition and characteristics of trust
The role trust plays in relationships
Strengthening behavior vs. weakening behavior
Then we’ll take a close look at specific steps you can take to elevate trust, like how to:
Change win-lose behavior to win-win
Empower employees using a six-step process
Listen effectively using a five-step process
Affirm employees’ performance the right way
Ask valuing questions to help others achieve their desires
Confront negativity with the five-step leveling process
Improve employee performance with the six-step harnessing process
If you want to learn how to lay a solid foundation for working relationships with the people you lead, don’t miss this seminar!