How to Create a Business Culture That Will Ignite Passion, Engagement, and Innovation
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Nan S. Russell is the author of four books including Trust. Inc. and The Titleless Leader. She was named a 100 Top Thought Leader 2014 by Trust Across America. Her practical insights and workplace wisdom are grounded in real-world experience, including a career that took her from a minimum-wage employee to vice president of a multibillion-dollar company. Today, she's a national speaker, consultant, and a blogger for PsychologyToday.com on the topic of "Trust: The New Workplace Currency." Her Winning at Working column can be found in more than 90 publications.

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    How to Create a Business Culture That Will Ignite Passion, Engagement, and Innovation How to Create a Business Culture That Will Ignite Passion, Engagement, and Innovation Presentation Transcript

    • we help you discover smarter ways to think, grow, and live.
    • This presentation consists of 10 highlights from the interview with Moe Abdou, founder & host of 33voices®.
    • Nan Russell Nan S. Russell is the author of four books including Trust. Inc. and The Titleless Leader. She was named a 100 Top Thought Leader 2014 by Trust Across America. Her practical insights and workplace wisdom are grounded in real-world experience, including a career that took her from a minimum-wage employee to vice president of a multibillion-dollar company. Today, she’s a national speaker, consultant, and a blogger for PsychologyToday.com on the topic of “Trust: The New Workplace Currency.” Her Winning at Working column can be found in more than 90 publications. @nan_russell
    • 1 Trust is not earned, it’s local; it can only be started if you first GIVE it.
    • 2 Trust is not a light switch. you’ll create a trusting environment by first trusting yourself.
    • 3 Behavioral integrity is when your actions and words are in alignment. start by keeping the promises that you make to yourself.
    • 4 The fuel of trust is accountability; elevate the standards you have for yourself.
    • 5 If you’re apt not to be as trusting of yourself, enhance your competence.
    • 6 As the leader, you’re not the messenger, you are the message. keep it consistent and reliable.
    • 7 Enter each new relationship with genuine curiosity. The more you trust someone, the more trustworthy they become. “Trust begets trust.”
    • 7 Enter each new relationship with genuine curiosity. The more you trust someone, the more trustworthy they become. “Trust begets trust.”
    • 8 Keep in mind that those you work with are not looking for answers as much as they are looking for an honest perspective. give it & they’ll make their own decisions.
    • 9 Showing up authentically starts with bringing your best self while being understanding of the needs of others. pivot when necessary.
    • 10 Authentic trust can be restored, and it starts with acknowledging the misstep. invest in the relationship to rebuild your behavioral integrity
    • REALLY REFLECT Do you demonstrate behavioral integrity?
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