Trust is a foundation of any relationship.  It can impact your ability to communication, collaboration, innovation, influence, take risks, and so much more. 

All of the Path To Trust programs use trust as the foundation for each learning session.

Trust at Work - The Foundation of Team Success: Building a Strong Cohesive Team™

Trust at Work workshop is a great way to give your team or organization an extra competitive edge.   If you want exceptional results again and again, build a culture of trust. Helping individuals and teams learn to build stronger trust is a excellent first step. Building a culture of trust will ensure strong trust is sustained over time. A workshop will do both: help individuals learn to build, maintain and repair trust with each other and help your organization begin to create a culture of trust.   Read More...

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Conversations that Matter

Communications efficacy is critical for leaders (and all talent) who need skills to navigate both the good and more challenging times. Yet despite good intentions, many interactions trigger unintended results: misunderstandings, stress, trust break-downs - rippling into relationship, performance issues, stress, and burnout. Building Trust Through Conversations that Matter teaches us to do better. To open the doors to greater possibilities: resilience and more inspired, effective leadership that can ripple into higher levels of trust and performance within individuals, teams, and cultures at large.

In this workshop, you will explore how to increase your effectiveness as a communicator. How do you create the optimum conditions that will enhance relationship building and get you better results?  Read More...

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Coaching Excellence - Building a Coaching Culture in your Organization

The most effective organizations are learning organizations – settings in which individuals and teams are able to adapt to continually changing environments, act decisively while in uncharted territory, are accountable and committed to results, and perform at their best when the stakes are highest. To meet these challenges an organization must create a culture that promotes and supports learning and coaching at all levels and in any direction.

The Coaching Excellence™ Program is comprehensive learning experience that teaches the Coach to build and confidently grow their coaching skills. The facilitator is both a Certified (and practicing) Executive Coach as well as a Certified Learning and Development Professional.   Read More...

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Collaboration at Work

Why is collaborative working important?

Collaboration is a critical component of the effective worker in today’s fast-paced business environment. Employees are expected to be able to adapt to situations where they have to work well with others outside their usual team in order to achieve combined goals. This means communicating effectively, developing trust, building relationships, leading with influence and being able to work fluidly across boundaries.

With the key knowledge and skills related to collaboration; leaders will become an integral part of their organization. Collaboration skills are not a ‘nice to have’; they are absolutely integral to the success of today’s leaders.  Read More...

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Improving Team Performance Using DiSC®

People have a unique way of doing things. Sometimes team differences are easily accepted and laughed about, and may even complement each other. But too frequently teams find that those differences can also cause confusion, stagnation, or frustration that may lead to a breakdown of trust within the team.   Only when people have a framework to make sense of their differences can they learn what to expect from others and the best way to get what the team needs. This workshop uses the DiSC® framework to address three of the most common challenges that teams face: motivation, conflict, and communication. Participants learn simple, intuitive ways to make lasting improvements in a team’s effectiveness. Read More...

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Mindful Mediation

A practice-based learning experience that teaches how to build mindfulness meditation skills using an easy to understand, systematic step by step approach.

Living in a world of constant change brings a level of stress to our daily lives that can be overwhelming, impacting our ability to approach our work and lives in a balanced, happy and healthy way. Mindfulness meditation is a practice that, when developed over time, can lead to a healthier, happier and more inspired life, resulting in better relationships, greater self-awareness, and empathy. Organizations looking to provide employees with a work environment that motivates staff to become more skillful and competent at their job, improves capacity for decision making and resilience, and encourages creativity and engagement, will find this program relevant.  Read more...

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The Power of Influence at Work

Influencing other people is a crucial business skill. So learning how to influence is an essential development skill for any employee, no matter what their role in the organization. We look at your behaviours and influencing style, how to adapt this to different situations and also at those around you and how we can approach situations where people have different styles and different levels of commitment to what you would like to influence them to do.

The skills and models discussed in this training will help you with managing workload and performance, developing your team, influencing people other than your own team and influencing people more senior than you.   Read More...

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The Whole Brain® Framework

Research has shown that Whole Brain® Thinking enhances the collaboration, productivity, and performance of individuals and teams.  Remarkable results can be achieved by applying it to strategic thinking, creative problem solving, decision making, communication, and other organizational challenges.

Understanding and appreciating different thinking styles can change the way you interact with co-workers and customers as well as others around you and help build trust in all relationships.  In this Whole Brain® Thinking workshop, you will become aware of your own thinking style and the thinking style of others, as well as the ability to think outside of your preferred style.  Read More...

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Using Emotional Intelligence to Strengthen Performance

Emotional intelligence is not just a desirable ‘soft skill’. In fact, research indicates that emotional intelligence can be a better indicator of workplace performance than IQ.  

Emotional intelligence affects us all, whether we’re constantly working in collaboration with others or individually on projects. With greater self-awareness of your emotions and the ability to empathize and understand other people’s emotional state, you and your team will perform better in the workplace. In other words, being emotionally intelligent makes a real difference to performance and, therefore, profit.

This workshop would be suitable for everyone in your organization, but particularly those that have to interact with others on a regular basis. Read More...

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Unconscious Bias in the Workplace

Every human being makes immediate, snap decisions about new people. It is purely instinctual and happens faster than we can comprehend. This process is called Unconscious Bias, and can have a huge influence on how we respond to the people we work with.

We all form categories which pre-judge others, based on past experiences. This pre-judging will also be based on what we have seen, heard and absorbed unconsciously during the course of our lives. Influences can come from family and friends but may also be affected by the News, social media and peers; creating patterns which we unconsciously process and store. These categories get reinforced by our daily lives, without us thinking consciously about them.

These unconscious decisions we make about someone’s character will then help create a bias, whether good or bad, towards them. Unconscious bias cannot be stopped, but we can learn how to use logical thought to ensure that we don’t let it impact negatively in the workplace..  Read More...

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