Learning Circle November Session - Greater Milwaukee Area
Build Trusting Relationships for a Positive Work Culture
The Horton Group
N19W24101 Riverwood Dr.
Waukesha, WI 53188
Friday, November 16, 2018
8:00 AM Registration
8:15 AM - 9:45 AM Program
Building strong and trusting relationships in the workplace will improve every dimension of your organization and ignite energy, creativity, and excitement about work. When you build relationships around trust, not only do you have confidence in others and their abilities, but employees feel valued which leads to their overall improved wellbeing. Research tells us that trusting relationships are built and maintained through many small behavioral actions over time. Learn simple strategies that can make a powerful impact on your character to become an inspirational leader. Putting these powerful strategies into place in your organization can lead to clearer communication and employee engagement. Once you create trusting relationships, almost everything will fall into place.
- Understand the impact of high trust relationships on wellbeing.
- Learn simple trust-building strategies to use immediately that will make noticeable differences in your workplace.
- Build connections through your body language, active listening, and relating to others.
- Discover the importance of choosing to take ownership, accountability, and responsibility.
- Learn the importance of expressing gratitude and appreciation on a consistent basis.
Kristi Farmer is a Fitness and Leadership Educator who is passionate about helping others live a healthy lifestyle, no matter where they are in their journey! She has taught at the undergraduate and graduate level and developed successful corporate fitness programs. She holds a Master’s degree in Exercise Physiology, a Bachelor’s in Kinesiology, is a graduate of the Leadership Waukesha County program through the Waukesha County Business Alliance, and an ACSM Certified Personal Trainer. Kristi was also named the SCW Midwest MANIA® Idol Winner in Chicago in 2017.