How Effective Change Leaders Build Trust

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I’ve been teaching leadership for nearly 20 years and to me, one of the absolute foundations of effective leadership is: TRUST. But how do you build trust? What can you actively do to increase the level of trust that people extend to you? In this video I will share with you two “Trust Formulas” that will help you be a more trusted person and leader. I hope you find them of value.


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"Making the very complex...awesomely simple” is John Spence’s mission in life. At the age of just 26, John was named CEO of an international Rockefeller foundation, overseeing projects in twenty countries and reporting directly to the Chairman, Winthrop P. Rockefeller III. Two years later he was recognized by Inc. Magazine as one of our country’s “Up and Coming Young Business Leaders.” More recently, Trust Across America named John as one of the Top 100 Business Thought Leaders in America and also recognized him on their global list of the “Top 100 Thought Leaders in the area of Trustworthy Business Behavior." Other recipients of this prestigious award included Sir Richard Branson and Howard Schultz. Additionally, John has been selected as a top 100 Small Business Influencer in America and as one of the top 500 leadership development experts in the world.

  • Phyllis D. Wallace

    Simply wow!! My last career role I worked for the CFO of Coca-Cola North America as their Human Resources Director. The finance leaders always challenged me to first speak with numbers. Your equation is an awesome tool!

  • Phyllis D. Wallace

    Simply wow!! My last career role I worked for the CFO of Coca-Cola North America as their Human Resources Director. The finance leaders always challenged me to first speak with numbers. Your equation is an awesome tool!

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