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Bob Whipple has produced a vast array of written materials and publications, speaks and trains around the world, and has appeared on (and hosted) radio programs. Check the Articles and Audio and Video pages of the Leadergrow website and the Trust Ambassador Blog for examples and quotations. Contact us for more information, permissions for reprint, or to arrange interviews or speaking engagements.

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Bob Whipple will speak on “Building Higher Trust and Engagement” at the Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce Senior HR Manager Forum on December 6.

Bob Whipple will speak on “Building Higher Trust and Engagement” at the Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce Senior HR Manager Forum on December 6.

We have a challenging economy, and all organizations need top performance from their workforce to survive, yet numerous studies indicate that only about a third of employees are fully engaged in the work, and trust levels are consistently low. In order to move from surviving to thriving, organizations must change their culture quickly from one of apathy to one of high trust and full engagement.

This entertaining and enlightening program shows a clear and pragmatic pathway for enhancing trust and employee engagement in organizations. This interactive session will reveal some wonderful opportunities for building a more robust culture and restoring vitality to your organization.

In this meeting we will explore:

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  • The nexus of trust and engagement for improving culture
  • The impact of trust and engagement on bottom line performance
  • Maximizing the Employee Value Proposition
  • How to measure trust and engagement and what to do with the info
  • Some low cost pragmatic ways to improve trust and engagement
  • Leveraging award processes to improve culture (Best Paces to Work, ETHIES, etc.)

Participants will benefit from this program through a crystal clear view of the importance of trust and engagement for organizational health. They will recognize how the situation of low trust is not hopeless – there are pragmatic actions, even in the most challenging times, that place organizations on a path to higher trust and engagement. Participants will leave with actions they can take immediately that will begin a transformation in their organization.

Bob Whipple is known internationally as “The Trust Ambassador.” He has written four books on the topic of building and maintaining trust in organizations.  He has been named by Leadership Excellence Magazine as one of the top 15 leadership thought leaders and by Inc. Magazine as one of the top 100 leadership speakers.  He has been awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award for Excellence in Trust by Trust Across America - Trust Around the World.