About this Course

Trust building is the key to success – and you make the difference. Trust is today’s number one competency for leadership excellence – and it is a learnable skill. In international business and beyond, personal conduct starts with you.

Business and institutional networks rely on trust between stakeholders.

Business leaders create competitive advantage through trust-building, making it a key economic driver. Trust fosters ease, speed and smoothness of operations – the basis for resilient networks. The course analyses this meta-topic from all perspectives, seeking to maximise trust in all aspects of business relations.

Consciously creating trust is the key to success.

The course helps participants consciously build trust in their business environment, by fostering the right culture and conditions for person-to-person interaction. It offers a 360° evaluation of trust within the business world and delivers the right tools for trust-building in all relevant environments at all levels.

To address the increased complexity of global business, international managers need a new toolbox of Eastern and Western management constructs to aid the process of cross-fertilization of insights into business phenomena across culturesBarbara Scharrer

Learning Outcomes

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AWARENESS

  • The latest insights and research into trust and its impact on business.

SKILLS AND TOOLS

  • A toolbox of skills for analysing internal and external processes and their effect on trust.

THE BIG PICTURE

  • Integrating trust at the levels of vision, mission and strategy.
  • Practising trust in intracultural and intercultural stakeholder affairs.
  • Naturally fostering trust in business relationships.

 

Specifics on this Academic Course

Duration:

Two days. Option of four added days of intensive learning.

Dates:

Next available course: October 12-13, 2017

Location:

Salzburg. In House on request.

Class Size:

Maximum 25 participants

Level:

Intermediate or advanced

Language:

English or German

Academic Short Course

All our courses may be customised to your individual needs. 

Our Guest Speakers

“To address the increased complexity of global business international managers need a new toolbox of Eastern and Western management constructs aiding the process of cross-fertilization of insights into important business phenomena across cultures.”

Barbara Scharrer

Strategy Advisor, Attorney, Supervisor, University Lecturer