TEAMTRUST

TeamTRUST

This program presents a comprehensive definition of trust that enables participants to understand more fully that trust is not an all or nothing proposition, but rather, situational in nature. It is not simply a matter of whether or not you trust someone, but rather, if not, what specifically is the underlying nature of the distrust.

TeamTRUST progresses through the following building blocks of full trust:
  • Integrity refers to the fundamental honesty or trustworthiness of an individual
  • Intent refers to a person’s motivation or agenda.
  • Capabilities refers to someone’s ability to do what they intend
  • Results refer to a person’s track record.

Each of these four building blocks of trust needs to be present to establish a fully productive relationship.
Metrics That Matter Brief Description of Applicable Metrics
Participant Reaction, Satisfaction, & Planned Action Measures team member’s reactions to the program and outlines specific plans for implementation.
Learning Measures skills, knowledge, or attitude changes.
Application & Implementation Measures changes in on-the-job behavior and specific application and implementation.
Business Impact Measures business impact of the intervention.
Return on Investment (ROI) Compares the monetary value of the results with the costs for the intervention, usually expressed as a percentage.
Employee Productivity Improvement As measured by change in per capita sales, EBITDA or Market Capitalization from Time 1 to Time 2.
Employee Retention Unplanned employee attrition reduction from Time 1 to Time 2, including a financial impact calculation.
Culture Assessment Results Time 1 baseline to Time 2 re-measure on Diialog Organizational Culture PROfile.
Decision Effectiveness Improvement Time 1 baseline to Time 2 re-measure of decision quality, velocity, execution and friction.
Team Cohesion and Effectiveness Time 1 baseline to Time 2 re-measure on Team Alignment, Communication, Conflict Management, Innovation, Process, Team Orientation, and Trust
Key Stakeholder Testimonials Stakeholder verbatim regarding observed behavior change and/or business improvement.
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