Dennis Reina, PhD is an internationally sought after trust-building consultant, speaker and executive coach. He has been deeply engaged in the research and application of organizational trust-building principles since the early 1990s, Dennis is considered a pioneer in the field. His work focuses on the comprehensive study of trust-building: defining it with measurable benchmarks and applying that knowledge to organizations so people and workplaces can thrive.
Dennis has also co-authored two award-winning, best-selling books: Trust and Betrayal in the Workplace: Building Effective Relationships in Your Organization, (3rd ed.), and Rebuilding Trust in the Workplace: Seven Steps to Renew Confidence, Commitment and Energy. He has published numerous articles appearing in the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Fortune, New York Times, Inc. Magazine, and Harvard Business Management Update.
Understand the business case for trust- why it is important to pay attention to trust dynamics in the workplace
Develop a shared understanding and a common language of trust
Learn how trust is linked to employee engagement, performance and change
Understand behaviors that break trust and how they get in the way of results
Learn how to rebuild trust to re-engage people, strengthen performance and develop skills to successfully navigate change
Gain Trust Building skills to drive engagement, improve performance and successfully navigate change