CAREER DIRECTED SOLUTIONS SET TO LAUNCH THE CDS POWER OF 3 TRUST MODEL AT LEARNING & SKILLS TRADESHOW, OLYMPIA 28TH & 29TH JANUARY.
One of the biggest stumbling blocks to achieving greater productivity and reduced costs in the modern working environment is low-trust. Watson & Wyatt (2002) found that high-trust organisations outperform low-trust organisations by 286% return to shareholders.
Trust is a two-way street in that both parties to a relationship must work to develop it. The time and circumstances required to build a valuable relationship have altered significantly in recent times.
Career Directed Solutions has identified the three biggest challenges to overcome in building and maintaining high-trust relationships in today’s workplace.
- TECHNOLOGY – remote working, frequent messaging, abrupt messaging all contribute to trust being difficult to establish and maintain
- TIME – with increased urgency and never-ending deadlines time is often not balanced or appropriately spent which can lead to a lack of thought being applied to important decisions and very linear transactions, which in turn leads to trust issues
- TRANSPARENCY – people are staying in roles for a shorter period of time which means there is less time to form trusting relationships. By having greater transparency on both sides of a relationship, greater trust can be gained more quickly
Career Directed Solutions Director, Steve Thompson-Martyn says “we believe The CDS Power of 3 Trust Model ™ is the most relevant and potentially the most impactful Trust Relationship coaching model available today. “
“The CDS Power of 3 Trust Model™ has enabled us to build workshops and coaching sessions for emerging leaders addressing the 3 Ts, and for them to pass the learning on. In this way the new behaviours associated with technology, time and transparency are able to filter through the organisation and become usual practice.”
Steve Thompson-Martyn can be contacted for comment as follows:
firstname.lastname@example.org - Tel: 07557 872280
Posted: Friday 23 January 2015