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Developing Trust

1. Discover

Read the introduction, to familiarise  yourself with the subject 

2. Prepare

Complete the actions indicated below 2 – 5 days before the training session.

3. Practise

Your engagement during the session is a crucial element for a successful session and long term benefits.

4. Anchor

Read the additional materials and review the concepts discovered during the session. 

5. Perform

Implement at work and benefit from  our expert support after the session(s)




The need for trust in the workplace is a key building element of every organisation, and it is so vital that trust concerns have the potential to create or destroy a company’s culture.

Despite the increasing importance of promoting and strengthening it, trust is a challenging virtue to assess and preserve.  From leadership to workers, employees to superiors, departments to departments, and coworker to coworker, it varies in degree. It takes a long time and a lot of effort to build trust.


    “Don’t be afraid to show your vulnerability. Be transparent with your team, even when the truth may be unpopular or inconvenient.”

    Bill George


    “Trust is the glue of life.

    It’s the most essential ingredient in effective communication.

    It’s the foundational principle that holds all relationships.”

    Stephen R. Covey


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    Search and bring to the workshop, your favourite quote about TRUST.

    Do a Personality test

    The personality test is based on Carl Jung’s and Isabel Briggs Myers’ personality type theory.

    The goal of the MBTI test is to help you become more aware of your preferences and think about how other styles could help you. No one style is better than the others. An understanding of all increases flexibility and adaptability.

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    Send the result, a 4 letter code, to dg@davidgousset.com

    Perform, if any questions