A Culture of Trust: Learn How to Build One

Culture of trust was the latest hot topic on our monthly webinar, reflecting on what we’ve learned over the past 6 months and how leaders can rethink the future of work.

As they say: The show must go on. It can be easy to get caught up in analysis paralysis while navigating what to do next, but we know that the companies that will come out ahead on the other side of 2020 are the ones exercising calm, instilling confidence in high performers, and showing a willingness to adapt.

Both employees and employers are facing new challenges in communication as most workforces become dispersed. Even if you are working from the office, an open-door policy isn’t as possible as it once was.

In the past 6 months, the nature of work has changed. Offices and teams have abruptly started working remotely. This year has been jam-packed. We’re navigating a pandemic, a recession, and a battle against systemic racism.  Social distancing is the norm and hugging and handshakes are now taboo.  These are weird, yet heavy times.

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In this webinar, the group of panelists addressed whether or not work is more empathetic, mental health challenges, measurement of accountability and productivity, and self-management. And together, how all of this ties back to building and maintaining trust within our teams.

Tune-in to this replay of last week’s webinar to learn the important lessons shared by our group panelists. And then reach out! We’d love to know what stood out to you and how it will impact your work with your team.

If you’d like to learn more about how real-time feedback can improve your company’s culture or get in touch with one of the panelists, reach out here or email info@workhound.com.

Additionally, mark your calendar: The next webinar will be on what we’ve learned in the last 6 months on Sept. 15.