I am so excited that you stopped by! As you may have read already Trust Velocity is our purpose, and I want to use this blog as a means of sharing ways that we can gain trust, improve trust or repair trust more quickly through our communications and interactions.
I have had the honor and pleasure of working with organizations from the Pentagon to non-profits to fortune 500 and new start-ups and it is both comforting and alarming to see the same issues throughout all types of organizations.
When asked, all organizations believe they need to improve communications and trust. But what I know is that these are actually skills and behaviors that must be learned and simply the admission of the need to do better is not enough.
What I also know and have witnessed is that learning skills for better communication not only helps our work relationships but also our personal relationships and connections with our communities.
To me, that's what makes my work so special. The far-reaching impact and benefit to our whole life and our ability to contribute.
Through this blog, I will share tools, tips and best practices from my real-world experience in creating rapid organizational change and helping individuals evolve their leadership. Above all, I look forward to hearing your thoughts and ideas as we dialogue together.
In fact, my next few posts are going to cover a very critical and foundational element to building trust – the difference between dialogue and discussion.