This webinar will help participants deliver outstanding results, create inspiring relationships and provide a positive contribution to society through the power of trustworthy leadership. Its thought-provoking and practical approach challenges leaders to develop transformational trust-building skills to create a positive long-term legacy.
Through innovative coaching exercises, personal anecdotes, inspirational interviews with international CEOs, and well-researched business models, this session uses material from the book, ’The Trusted Executive’, which has been shortlisted as the CMI book of the year, to give leaders the tools they need to create a strategy for building trust in themselves and in their companies.
John will present a proven three-pillared approach to trustworthy leadership, based on ability, integrity and benevolence. These pillars are underpinned by nine key habits of trustworthiness that, when consistently put into action, will revolutionise your leadership style.
In this interactive webinar you will have the opportunity to understand the theory of ’The Trusted Executive’, hear real-life examples of how leaders successfully apply this approach and quiz the author on how you could use this approach to achieve your own leadership goals. You will leave the webinar inspired and equipped to immediately apply and practise new leadership habits.
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About John Blakey
John was named as one of the top thought leaders globally on organisational trust at the Trust Across America awards in 2016. This accolade reflects his prize-winning doctoral research on trust at Aston Business School, his writing of the acclaimed book, ’The Trusted Executive’, as well as his practical experience as a highly successful business leader and pioneer in the executive coaching profession. His previous book Challenging Coaching, co-authored with Ian Day, was hailed as a ’game-changer’ in the profession when it was first published in 2012.