Without trust, company culture doesn’t stand a chance. Employees who experience a high-trust culture are 106% more energetic at work and 76% more engaged than those who are in a low-trust environment (Harvard Business Review).
To maximize the success of your culture, educate your employees on how to manifest profoundly deeper trust throughout your organization.
Profoundly Deeper Trust Starts Here
In our self-paced online course—Mastering Trust—leaders and employees will learn powerful techniques that leverage their attitude, authenticity, and self-awareness to accelerate trust in work relationships, enhance team effectiveness, and contribute to a courageous company culture.
Mastering Trust learning outcomes:
The single most important key to trusting others
The fastest technique to determine trustworthiness
The three foundational pillars of trust
How to ensure we are treated as a human being versus an obstacle
The greatest contributor to eroding trust
The quickest ways to rebuild trust
Low Trust = Lost Productivity
Employees who are not engaged or who are actively disengaged cost the world $7.8 trillion in lost productivity. That’s equal to 11% of global GDP. (Gallup’s State of the Global Workplace: 2022 Report)
Benefits participants will walk away with:
Increased engagement, trust, and confidence in engaging with customers
Tools to support their psychological safety, regardless of external factors
Techniques to take risks and express vulnerability appropriately at work
Improved confidence in their own trustworthiness
When you trust somebody, your motivation and your desire to bring your best for the team’s work comes to a whole new level. This course has helped bring that to light.
Mastering Trust — A Quick Look
Approximately 4 to 5 hours of 100% self-paced content
Recommended over two weeks’ time
Deepen Your Company Culture
As part of our Courageous Company Culture program, Mastering Trust focuses on deepening vulnerability, enhancing communication and self-awareness, and establishing psychological safety for a thriving culture.
In the first week of Mastering Trust, participants learn self-awareness techniques to slow themselves down during challenging situations or conversations, and how to leverage vulnerability to manifest trust around them.
Enhancing Trust Among Teams
In the second of week of the course, participants are introduced to the three agreements for creating psychological safety, and learn how to rebuild trust when it has been eroded.
Enroll Individually or as a Group
Because the course is self-paced, employees, managers, and leaders can move through the content at their own speed or as a group, team, or department. Approximately 4 to 5 hours to complete.
What the content includes:
18 Audio/Video Recordings
Visually engage via original videos featuring Corey Blake, as well as aggregated content from expert sources.
Read articles on a variety of topics, including: our primitive responses as human beings, the practice of vulnerability, and creating psychological safety at work.
5 Writing Assignments
Go deeper with a handful of journaling exercises to explore moments that have shaped who you are and how you innately approach trust.
Test your knowledge with comprehensive quiz questions designed to inspire, challenge, and ensure you are integrating the learning.
Check in with yourself and see how much you’ve grown throughout the course.
1 Tip Sheet
Concise and convenient reminders of the teachings.
Upgrade Your Team Experience with Corey Blake
For teams and departments, upgrade your Mastering Trust course experience with the expert guidance and hands-on facilitation of Corey Blake. Alongside the original, self-paced course content, participants will have the opportunity to attend three “live” group experiences over Zoom. During these experiential sessions, Corey will challenge participants to strengthen their trust and activate their learnings as a team.
With 3.5 hours of added learning to Mastering Trust, the benefits of this upgrade include
- the opportunity to practice trust-building techniques,
- real-time facilitation of trust principles from the course content, and
- step-by-step guidance from Corey as participants lean into vulnerability—together.