Building Unbreakable Trust in Teams with Dr. Tim Baker
Dr. Tim Baker who was voted one of the 50 Most Talented Global Training & Development Leaders by the World HRD Congress and an expert in teams and leadership and author of his latest Winning Teams again joins Enterprise Radio.
This episode of Enterprise Radio is in association with the Author Channel.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Dr. Tim Baker discuss the following:
- You make the point in your book that building trust in teams is challenging. Why is that the case?
- Trust takes time to earn and can be lost easily. What mistakes do leaders make that erodes trust?
- You talk about a Team values Charter in your book. How does this work and why is it so effective in building trust?
- What are some other ways team leaders can build trust in their teams?
- What it one tip that the New Zealand All Blacks Rugby team use to build trust?
Dr. Tim Baker is a specialist in organisational performance. He has a successful track record in transforming organisational capability through change programs and leadership capability development for 18 years. Organisational effectiveness is Tim’s forte.
He is a disruptive thinker, willing to challenge conventional HR practices and come up with practical, innovative solutions to real-world problems.
Tim has conducted major consulting assignments from Saudi Arabia to Singapore.
His clients range from police departments to symphony orchestra, and every industry in between.
Tim’s point-of-difference is to turn rigorous theoretic perspectives into practical workable solutions.
In 2013, Tim was voted one of the 50 Most Talented Global Training & Development Leaders by the World HRD Congress.
He is author of nine books, including his latest: “Winning Teams: Apply the All Black’s Formula to Your Team.”
In a nutshell, Tim has conducted over 2,430 seminars, workshops, keynote addresses and coaching programs to over 45,000 people in 11 countries across 21 industry groups.
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