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Building Trust and Respect
Managers build the level of trust and respect they receive from their employees, peers and customers.
Front line leaders, managers and leaders
As a leader and manager, trust is one of the most important things you must build with your employees. Research continues to show time and time again, that employees who have a high level of trust with their manager are more productive, more engaged, and stay longer with the organization. Trust matters. Therefore, what you do as a leader to build trust within your team is essential. The Building Trust and Respect courseware will provide the tools and actions you need to strengthen the trust between each of your employees. When you make a commitment to strengthen the trust with each person, you'll find your team will be much more successful, enjoy work more, and want to stay with the organization.
This course is comprised of the following 5 modules
- Supporting Company Values
- Fairness with Others
- Building Trust with Employees
- Trusting Others to Innovate
- Respect through Resources
Vado e-learning courses help you to "learn by doing". Applying action learning and the "70 : 20 : 10" model for learning and development (70% of learning comes from challenging assignments, 20% from developmental relationships and 10% from coursework/training), Vado courses are designed to leverage the all-important 70% so that you can learn through action, experience and knowledge application. During the course you can expect to be asked to "break off" to undertake related tasks, try things out for real and reflect on the experience.
Built to meet the way most people learn (on the job), each Vado course provides learners with tutorial videos, a course 'Introduction Video', downloadable job aids, and an exercise to perform on the job to practice and build the desired skill. With mobile responsive courses designed to work on any mobile device and any screen size, learners will be able to develop anytime, anywhere, and when the learner is ready.