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What makes you trust someone…or not?
Trust should not be taken lightly. It is an important component in networking and building solid relationships. Research has shown that it has a measurable, observable and relevant effect on an organization's bottom line.
During this session, Peggy Leyden will explain how to use the language of trust as an important cultural lever in our organizations. Peggy will also discuss the 13 behaviors of high-trust leaders and how to make an action plan to build trust with all key stakeholders. In addition, she will present the four cores of credibility. Franklin Covey graciously gave permission for Peggy to present this outstanding material.
Let Peggy tell you directly why you should attend. Click on the link below to watch the short video teaser prepared just for us!
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About the Speaker
Peggy brings a wealth of experience to her clients. She launched her own consultancy practice in 2003. Prior to that she worked with RR Donnelley’s Print Solutions Business Unit where she supported projects at the plant level by incorporating change management tools and processes. She also trained RR Donnelley leaders to use those same change management tools and processes.
As a Senior Manager in the Change Enablement Practice at Arthur Andersen Business Consulting, Peggy managed several comprehensive organizational change efforts where she managed both client teams and Andersen consultants to develop the best client solutions.
Peggy earned a master’s in management and organizational behavior from Illinois Benedictine University. She also holds a bachelor’s in public relations from Ball State University.
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