Building Trust - A Key Leadership Skill

Originally delivered Oct 1, 2014
Source: AIChE
  • Type:
    Archived Webinar
  • Level:
    Basic
  • Duration:
    1 hour
  • PDHs:
    1.00

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We discuss what it means to be a trustworthy leader, how to build trust within teams, and what are the best behaviors to maintain trust within your team. The ability to build trust within your team or organization is a key interpersonal skill for effective leadership at all levels.

A team that has a high level of trust in their leader will naturally collaborate on common goals and deliver project success. So, how can leaders develop trust within their team to enable them to be highly productive?

There are several key elements to building trust – integrity, authenticity, strength, transparency – but one of the most important decisions you can make as a leader is to deliberately build trust within your team.

Presenter(s): 

Alan Nelson, Ph.D.

Alan E. Nelson is the Chief Technology Officer for Johnson Matthey, where he is responsible for establishing the Company’s innovation portfolio and leading all aspects of technology development. In this role he directs the Company’s global research efforts and partners with our customers to develop sustainable solutions and products. As a member of the Group Management Committee, Alan is an integral member of the executive committee providing leadership to define the Company’s strategic direction, development and future growth.

Prior to joining Johnson Matthey,...Read more

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