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Leadership Skills for Managers (Lessons from “The Speed of Trust”)

Published on Mar 14, 2019 56 views

LEADERSHIP SKILLS FOR MANAGERS (LESSONS FROM “THE SPEED OF TRUST”) // The final video in our 4-part series on “The Speed of Trust” by Stephen M. R. Covey talks about leadership skills for managers. Hear from Molly about lessons from the speed of trust, specifically why trust is important in the workplace. Trust is one of the foundations of leadership and leaders need to know what to do when trust is broken. If you need help building trust as a leader or how to build trust in a team, watch this video for strategies for building trust with employees. How do leaders build trust with employees? Watch this video to get some leadership skills training!

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  • APS Team Solutions
    APS Team Solutions 2 months ago Do you find that you are too trusting or not trusting enough? How can Smart Trust help you?
  • Mary Anglin
    Mary Anglin 2 months ago I once worked with a human resources manager - who everybody hated! It was a rough situation, I think she needed you and your tips! And thanks for your book suggestions!
  • APS Team Solutions
    APS Team Solutions 1 month ago Thanks for your support!
  • RVersity
    RVersity 2 months ago Being a leader in the workplace you have build a bond with each other, that is trusting and actions. Thanks for sharing!
  • Cindy-lou Schmidt, Broker, REALTOR® Serving Waterloo Region
    Cindy-lou Schmidt, Broker, REALTOR® Serving Waterloo Region 2 months ago Trust is a balance and certainly in a team environment you can't be strong without a good foundation. Great discussion!
  • APS Team Solutions
    APS Team Solutions 2 months ago Thanks for watching and taking the time to comment!
  • Viteri Vibes
    Viteri Vibes 2 months ago Reading is so important for self-development. Thank you for sharing your video about this topic!
  • APS Team Solutions
    APS Team Solutions 2 months ago Thanks so much for watching!
  • Kinga Gorski
    Kinga Gorski 2 months ago Trust is absolutely imperative to a smooth running operation! Great topic on leadership skills.
  • APS Team Solutions
    APS Team Solutions 2 months ago Thanks for watching!
  • A Real Kitchn
    A Real Kitchn 2 months ago I think the point I think about the most is "what is the risk involved". My whole career was in Human Resources and I had to deal with this a LOT!! Excellent points!
  • APS Team Solutions
    APS Team Solutions 2 months ago Thanks so much for watching and commenting! I appreciate your perspective!
  • Agostino Marengo
    Agostino Marengo 2 months ago Very interesting point of view on leadership! You have a friend here, sub n. 66. Keep going!
  • APS Team Solutions
    APS Team Solutions 2 months ago Thank you so much! Your encouragement means a lot!
  • Adriana Girdler
    Adriana Girdler 2 months ago Trust is so important, even and especially at work! Cheers!
  • APS Team Solutions
    APS Team Solutions 2 months ago Indeed! Thanks for watching!
  • Bill Benoist
    Bill Benoist 2 months ago Although I have been burned before, before I left corporate I maintained the philosophy that my trust was yours to lose - not gain. At the end - when turnover with technicians was 18-24 months, many on my team had been with me over 10 years. Btw, you will LOVE Quiet :-)
  • APS Team Solutions
    APS Team Solutions 2 months ago It really is amazing what trusting someone can do for your working relationship! This is my second time through Quiet and you're right, I am loving it! It revolutionized how I saw myself.
  • Janey Imaani - Emotional Awareness
    Janey Imaani - Emotional Awareness 2 months ago I feel as though I go from too trusting to not trusting enough. For me I need to create that balance that is most appropriate for the situation.
  • APS Team Solutions
    APS Team Solutions 2 months ago It really is a tough balance to strike. Awareness and evaluation is key!
  • Quinn CJ
    Quinn CJ 2 months ago Trust factor is huge. I just realized that any time I had an issue it was because of that.
  • APS Team Solutions
    APS Team Solutions 2 months ago It is sad how common it is. Thanks for watching!
  • James Schultz, Ph.D.
    James Schultz, Ph.D. 2 months ago Trust is SO HARD to rebuild once it's been broken, but it can be done
  • APS Team Solutions
    APS Team Solutions 2 months ago Yes! It takes a commitment from both parties and it is possible. Thanks for watching!
  • Ruth Kudzi Coaching
    Ruth Kudzi Coaching 2 months ago Finding the right balance, to be trusted and to give trust, is a crucial feat for every manager and leader.
  • APS Team Solutions
    APS Team Solutions 2 months ago Yes! Thanks for watching!
  • Brooklyn Hanna
    Brooklyn Hanna 2 months ago Great info! Thanks for the great tips.
  • APS Team Solutions
    APS Team Solutions 2 months ago Thanks for watching!
  • Online DADpreneur
    Online DADpreneur 2 months ago I trust too much some times :(
  • APS Team Solutions
    APS Team Solutions 2 months ago I get it! That's where Smart Trust comes in handy! Thanks for watching!
  • Nesting Dolls Realty- Coldwell Banker King
    Nesting Dolls Realty- Coldwell Banker King 2 months ago I’m definitely not trusting enough. But at the same time I’m getting spread too thin and need help!
  • APS Team Solutions
    APS Team Solutions 2 months ago It is a tough balance to strike! I have found that starting small can be really helpful. Tammy wrote a great blog post about this: https://apsteamsolutions.askphoenixsolutions.com/2018/05/22/it-is-just-easier-if-i-do-it/
  • Your Best Designed Career
    Your Best Designed Career 2 months ago Ooooh there's nothing worse than having a Manager that isn't trustworthy
  • APS Team Solutions
    APS Team Solutions 2 months ago Agreed! Thanks for watching!
  • Jane Stoller
    Jane Stoller 2 months ago It takes time to build that trust again 🙂
  • APS Team Solutions
    APS Team Solutions 2 months ago Indeed, it does. Thanks for watching and commenting!
  • BWoodPhotography
    BWoodPhotography 2 months ago Very good video. Once trust is lost, can it be regained? I have a really hard time trusting people again if they've betrayed that trust in the first place.
  • CM Billera
    CM Billera 2 months ago BWoodPhotography Sometimes folks are simply not trustworthy. However if you believe they may be, try trusting them in small ways to develop the trust in your relationship. Not trusting can be draining on you as well.
  • APS Team Solutions
    APS Team Solutions 2 months ago It depends on the situation and sometimes it can be better not to trust. If someone has broken your trust and is willing to work at regaining your trust, you can extend limited trust and let them know the boundaries. Analyzing the situation and being honest with the person about how you feel are two tough but important steps.