Trust is essential across all levels in organizations, yet it can be extremely difficult to obtain. Most managers and employees agree that trust enhances team synergy and reduces overall on-the-job stress. However, one of the main reasons that employees feel dissatisfied in their jobs is lack of trust in the relationships with their managers and colleagues. Building trusting relationships requires practice and effort. Join this webinar to focus on the key areas of building and breaking trust in the workplace, as well as various strategies that managers can implement to create and maintain productive employee relationships and team satisfaction.
• Determine the elements of trusting relationships
• Define key factors that break trust at all levels in the organization
• Practice strategies that can help promote team synergy and foster productive relationships
• Explore tactics that can create trust early in new employee relationships
Sabrina Franconeri, D.Sc. has 15 years of professional development and education experience, and has spent a decade in the legal field. She has significant experience in staff and attorney development, particularly in the area of competency-based training curriculum creation and implementation. She has done extensive research on generational differences with regard to legal professional development and has spoken on this topic at several conferences. Dr. Franconeri serves as the Professional Development Manager at Sterne Kessler Goldstein Fox in Washington, D.C. and spent the earlier part of her legal career at Reed Smith, LLP in Pittsburgh, PA. She is also a member of the Professional Development Consortium.
This Program is worth one hour of credit in:
CLM App Management Category: Communication Skills
CLM App Management Category-Functional Specialist: Communication/ Organizational Management
CLM Recertification Credit: Yes
California MCLE Language: Law Practice Management
MCLE/Other States: Other States: Credit may be available in other states but cannot be guaranteed. In all states, accreditation is dependent on individual state guidelines and filing regulations.
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Webinar + Archive
ALA Member Price:$109.00