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ICYMI & What's Coming Up! - From "Me" to "We"


Thanks for joining us for our discussion on "Trust"!  If you missed us, here's a recap...we discussed how TIME isn't what supports the conditions for being's our behaviors.  We can behave in ways that lead others to believe we are trustworthy.  What evidence are we giving that we're trustworthy?

Watch the "trust" session video here!

We recognize this can be a complicated topic, thanks for hanging in with us!  Here are some notes from our time together & a couple resources for you to check out.

Here's the Colin Powell video on “The Essence of Leadership

"You're never wrong to do the right thing."  -Mark Twain

Right Intentions + Integrity = Trustworthiness Behaviors

In her TED Talk, Frances Frei, a Harvard Business School professor, says there are 3 main components to “Trust” & the problem isn’t that we don’t understand them, the problem is when any one of them wobbles.   You want to check this one out!

How to build (and rebuild) trust

There’s a lot of stuff that goes into “trust” & it’s not easy.  We all owe it to ourselves to show up authentically in display of the courage it takes for truly human leadership.  Here’s a free resource from Brene’ Brown on where you’re at as a daring leader.

Daring Leadership Assessment

Ask not what others can do to be trusted, ask instead what you can do to be trustworthy!

We need your wisdom!  Please take our very short survey here!


“Leaders sometimes wonder why they or their organizations fail to achieve success, never seem to reach their potential. It’s often because they don’t understand or can’t instill the concept of what a team is all about at its best: connection & extension.”  -Bill Walsh

A little teaser before we're together again...Teamwork

Invite others to our final session here & please share your best resources, favorite articles, videos or books on these topics in the comments in these posts.  Look forward to seeing you on June 25 at 2PM Eastern!

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