Web-Seminar – Trust@Work – The Role and Meaning of Trust in Organisations, Teams, and Humans

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“Trust is good, control is better!?”

How does this proverb land with you? What is your understanding of trust and control in organisations, teams and humans? What are the different meaningful roles of those concepts of trust and control? What can the Metatheory of Change in particular, philosophy, and wisdom traditions offer in this regard? What are my personal experiences with trust and mistrust? How can we practice trust in organisations?

In this online session we are going to explore in the three domains of organisations, teams and humans the following:

  • What is trust, mistrust, control and fear?
  • What is the role of time with regard to trust?
  • What is the relationship between familiarity and trust?
  • What is the power of trust and mistrust?
  • Personal trust.
  • The willingness to trust and mistrust.
  • Trust in systems such as organisations and teams and its consequences.
  • The practice of trust in uncertainty.
  • Q & A about one’s own experiences with trust and control.

For registrations and tickets click here

Note: A zoom link including instructions for this online session is submitted some days before the event is going to happen. The online session is held in English language.

Jürgen Große-Puppendahl is a senior mentor, coach and awareness practitioner who helps and guides people, teams and organisations bring in awareness and find orientation in complexity by supporting them in extending their scopes of choices and decision making.”

To find more about Jürgen visit
https://www.grosse-puppendahl.eu/english/about-me/
https://juergengrossepuppendahl.org/

See you then 16 May at 7 pm.
For registrations and tickets click here

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