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Trust Isn’t a Four Letter Word
Date: March 24, 830-10am (Eastern Standard Time)
Type of event: Virtual only
Cost: $10-15 (based on membership status)
Affiliate: Western New York
The concept of Trust is nothing new. The Great Place to Work Institute has frequently reported that organizations with high-trust cultures have greater financial success. Year after year, studies are conducted that prove the importance of trust on a team. Yet, not many of us make Trust a frequent topic of discussion. Why aren’t we talking about Trust? It’s not a four letter word.
In this session you will discover:
- What trust is and why you should care about it
- The impact of low trust
- Levels of trust and how good teams become great
- The link between trust and innovation
- Practical steps to build trust within your team
About the Presenter:
Kim Brostko is a strategic human resource professional with over 15 years of experience specializing in strategic talent management, organizational development, learning and development, and employee relations. Through her experience working at fortune 500 organizations, growing mid-sized businesses, and consulting with entrepreneurs Kim has built expertise in providing impactful strategies to help businesses thrive. Kim was born and raised in the Buffalo area where she lives with her husband and three children. She has served in various roles on the board of the WNY affiliate of the National Human Resources Association including President and holds a Professional Human Resources Certification. Kim earned her BS in Biology from St. Bonaventure University and has successfully completed multiple courses in leadership, training development, and strategic HR.
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March 24 @ 8:30 am – 10:00 am EST
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