Topics will be Covered in a Trusted to Lead Workshop...
Why is this Workshop Important?
- Most organizations rely heavily on collaboration – within teams, across functional units, or in alliances -- as a means of producing results at multiple levels in their organizations.
- Trust is essential because it is the foundation of all collaborative enterprise.
- Having strong trust can create a 25% competitive advantage.
- However, for most managers, Trust is “mysterious,” often referred to as “chemistry.” This has been a “soft” aspect of management, filled with conflicting advice, platitudes, and seemingly vague or fuzzy methods and processes.
- Years of in-depth work in building, managing, and repairing collaborative ventures has culminated in an Architecture of Trust that will produce highly effective internal and cross-boundary relationships.
- This breakthrough architecture can be systematically implemented replicated, diagnosed, and taught to executives, technical people, and staff personnel, to produce consistent results.
Who should Attend?
This Workshop has been extremely valuable to:
- Senior Executives and Boards of Directors
- Team, Project, and Organizational Leaders
- Strategic Alliance and Merger & Acquisition Professionals
- Procurement and Supply Chain Professionals
- Licensing, Negotiations and Contract Managers
- Human Resource Professionals
- Cross-boundary Innovation Teams
Robert Porter Lynch is widely regarded as one of the leading experts in the field of strategic alliances and collaborative innovation. Using these unique experiences, he and his team of professionals have discovered many heretofore unpublicized frameworks, processes, best practices, and insights that produce remarkable results.
He has written several of the seminal books on collaboration and alliances. More than 30,000 senior level executives and managers have attended his workshops and coaching sessions.
He has consulted internationally for a wide variety of Fortune 500 corporate clients in the high tech, pharmaceutical, energy, and consumer products industries, as well as with many small businesses, not-for-profits, and government agencies.