- Average length
- Interactive tasks
- 15 min
It's hard to do your best when you don't feel safe. Whether we are concerned with collaboration, strategic decision-making or the effective execution of projects, trust has the power to transform our work. For example, Stanford University showed that social cues signalling trust led to individuals persisting 64% longer on a challenging task and experiencing lower fatigue. Diving deeper, trust is the life-blood of effective collaboration. In fact, that’s precisely what Google found when they studied great teams. In this inspiration session the philosopher and trust expert Dr. Brennan Jacoby will unpack how trust works and share constructive techniques that can be used to cultivate psychological safety and built trust. Audience members will leave with: a shared language and understanding around trust, a self-assessment of their current state of collaboration and areas where they would like to move forward to. The session closes off with practical tools for building trust with clients and colleagues.
Dr. Brennan Jacoby is a philosopher and the founder of Philosophy at Work, a collective of philosophers, business psychologists, academics and authors helping businesses think their best.
No. Actually, our philosophy is 'the more the merrier'! You can invite your entire workforce, their families, your clients, suppliers, and/or any other stakeholders.
Leqture Sessions always last exactly 60 minutes.
90% of our sessions are recorded and the video edit will be shared after the session. The edit can be used on your intranet but cannot be distributed on the internet. We will of course always inform you if a speaker prefers not to be recorded.