On this episode of the podcast, Linda Schubring and Nathan Freeburg talk about two traits that help build trust. Our thinking on this has been shaped by a book many of us on the team have read called, “No One Understands You and What to Do About It” by Heidi Grant Halverson. It’s about how our everyday interactions are colored by our subtle biases which distort how others see us and also shape how we see them. Or put another way, it’s about understanding perception and judgment. One of the key quotes in the book is ”we judge other people by how we perceive them. But we want to be judged by our intentions.”
Aleasha Morris and Nathan Freeburg continue our series on the Team Engagement Model on the Leadership Vision Podcast. In this episode, we’re talking about why your team needs to be rooted and grounded in trust for long-term success. Our study and intensive observation of teams through a Strengths based lens has revealed that there is an unmistakable difference between healthy and unhealthy teams. In this episode, learn what trust means, questions that can help you identify the level of trust on your team, what happens when your trust is missing, and finally, examples of what this looks like in action.
The game of “Show and Tell” in elementary school is often our first crack at public speaking. It teaches us life lessons and broadens our imagination and creativity. “Show and Tell” engages many different learning styles, and it helps people feel known and heard. Here’s how we created a professional game of “Show and Tell” how what we learned.
At Leadership Vision, the topic of trust is a consistent struggle for the people, teams and organizations we work with. It comes up during 1-to-1 conversations, and as an indicator about the health of a culture. Trust is quite a popular topic of discussion. But how do we achieve it? Whenever I hear someone mention […]