Changing Cultures | Changing Laws | Managing Change
Without trust there can be no real collaboration and without collaboration organizations score low on must-have’s like productivity, retention, credibility, commitment, loyalty, innovation and engagement. Now imagine what a lack of trust would do in an organization facing small- or large-scale changes. Building a culture of trust requires that HR demonstrates an ability to see the big picture, aligns its programs and processes to achieving trust and then ensure everyone lives it.
This one-day conference will demonstrate how trust is a critical component for collaboration, overview the eight habits of trust builders, and demonstrate and present case studies for how various organizations are using social media to build trust and engage employees.
This conference will cover:
- How the wrong culture guarantees even the best strategies are doomed to fail.
- Why collaboration won’t work without trust.
- How trust impacts must-have’s like productivity, retention, credibility, commitment, loyalty, innovation and engagement.
- The eight habits of trust builders and how HR can embed those habits into its practices.
- The cutting edge of social media strategies and tools for building trust and engaging employees.
The Presenters: View Bios
The team of presenters for this must-attend conference includes culture change experts, change management practitioners and human resources innovators.
- Chair: Julian Chapman, Vice President, Coaching & Facilitation, Forrest & Company
- Louise Taylor Green, Vice President, Human Resources and Organizational Development, Hamilton Health Sciences
- Susan Drake, Director, Human Resources, Maple Reinders Group
- Lydia Sani, Partner, Redwood e-Learning Systems