Humanitarians Leading at the Speed of Trust®

What if you could transform long, painful negotiations into quick, effective collaboration?

More than ever, the success of your humanitarian work demands trust. Trust is the cornerstone on which rests the authority of true leaders. It is the key to your organization’s efficiency. It is the key to quick and effective coordination with other agencies. Without it everything starts to crumble.

Trust is a skill that can be learned and expanded.  It can be build. It can be restored. Humanitarians who make building trust an explicit goal of their jobs elevate trust to a strategic advantage—enhancing outcomes, improving collaboration and partnerships, enhancing the response and transforming the way of doing business in the sector.

Leading at the Speed of Trust® is a highly interactive workshop that engages participants at all levels in the real work of identifying and closing the trust gaps that exist in their team or organization. Building partnerships and colleague relationships at the “speed of trust” dramatically lowers costs, speeds up delivery, and increases the impact of their organization and of the sector.

Length: 1 day workshop or 1 hour Deep Dive webinar
Cost: USD 650 for the 1 day workshop, the 1 hour Deep Dive webinar is free
Open to: Humanitarian staff (UN, NGOs, development and emergency organizations)
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Master the art of relationships.

I have found that once confrontational relationships have been transformed into friendships, camaraderie and alliances… instead of fearing interaction we look forward to it, seeking each other’s council, guidance and mutual support.

-Chris Laughlin, Protection Cluster Coordinator with UNHCR for the KP/FATA region of Pakistan

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