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Women Becoming More Powerful Leaders: The Power of Trust
with Dr. Michelle Reina

Date: August 17, 2017
Session Time: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Location Information:
Renaissance Woodbridge Hotel
515 Route 1 South, Iselin, NJ 08830
(732) 634-3600
Session Description
Women face unique challenges as they strive to become more powerful leaders. Why? Because leadership behaviors that are seen as ‘powerful’ in men  - aggressive debate, swift action, and risk-taking - are often labeled ‘pushy’ (or worse) in women. This undercurrent of spoken (and subtly implied) judgment can derail women’s trust in themselves…and in those whom they are entrusted to lead. In this workshop, women leaders will learn how to reclaim trustworthy relationships, both with themselves and others. The truth is, women are primed to develop trusting relationships: connections that inspire them to take risks and become the best versions of themselves. During the course of this workshop, women will gain the courage they need to build these relationships and make powerful strides in their leadership effectiveness.
 
Biography

Michelle L. Reina, Ph.D. along with her partner, Dennis S. Reina, Ph.D., are pioneering, preeminent experts on building and rebuilding trust to drive business results. They are co-authors of the award-winning, best-selling books, Trust and Betrayal in the Workplace: Building Effective Relationships in Your Organization and Rebuilding Trust in the Workplace: Seven Steps to Renew Confidence, Commitment and Energy (Berrett-Koehler)Sought-after as thought leaders for over 20 years, they co-founded the Reina Trust Building Institute, a global enterprise specializing in measuring, developing, and restoring workplace trust. Recently awarded the Global Strategic Leadership Award at the 2012 World HRD Congress in Mumbai, India. Among their clients: American Express, Ben & Jerry’s, Case Western University, Dartmouth Hitchcock Healthcare, Harvard University, Johnson & Johnson, Lincoln Financial, MillerCoors, Nokia, Sandia National Labs, Toyota, Turner Broadcasting (CNN), U.S. Treasury and Walt Disney World. Their work has been featured in New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg’s Business Week, Harvard Management Update, Time, USA Today and on national radio & TV including CNN and CNBC. Most important, perhaps, given these volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous times, their work in helping leaders and organizations rebuild trust is profoundly important.
 
Time Allocation - Topics
25%   Trusting Yourself
  • Discover your unique readiness and willingness to trust. 
  • Understand life experiences that influence how you trust both yourself and others.
  • Claim your trustworthiness as a vehicle that forges connection, strengthens teamwork, and produces results.
25% Earning the Trust of Others
  • Explore the unique characteristics that make you a trustworthy leader.
  • Learn how to inspire the best in others through forging trust-based relationships.
  • Discover four attributes that help you determine when and how to trust others.
25% Taking Your Leadership to the Next Level: The Four Pathways
  • Take care of yourself: body, mind, and soul.
  • Believe in yourself: your unique attributes and gifts.
  • Make room for yourself: trust your instincts and inner voice.
  • Be a friend to yourself: the role of compassion. 
25% Learning the Innate Vulnerabilities of Trust
  • Acknowledge life experiences that have caused trust to be broken.
  • Recognize the impact of broken trust on you and others.
  • Learn how to trust again.
  • Gain tools to help others trust again.
  • Claim the benefits of renewing your leadership trustworthiness.

Guide to Participant Selection
APPLICABILITY:
1 indicates primary target audience.
2 indicates a good fit if the level of material is appropriate.
3 indicates (in the opinion of the institute and the faculty) very limited applicability.
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Focus
Primary -- LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT:
Trust, Women`s Leadership
Secondary -- EXECUTING/CONTROLLING/EVALUATING:
Interpersonal Relations
Tertiary -- PLANNING/ORGANIZING:
Resilience
Level

Introductory    Intermediate    Advanced
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