Join EST for this month's #EngineersAsLeaders Series as Cynthia Stewart speaks about trustworthiness among leaders.
Annual research across five years shows 80% of employees believe that being effective in their work requires a high-degree of trust in their leaders. When people believe that they are working for trustworthy leaders, they are willing to invest their time and talents in making a difference in the organization. When leaders create a high trust environment that is consistent over time, collaboration increases and organizations leap forward.
Core Issue: 5 Disciplines of Trusted Leaders
3 things you’ll learn:1. The Core Elements To Building Trusting Relationships
2. How to be trustworthy
3. How to repair trust
3 actions you’ll be able to take:1. Assess your trustworthiness
2. Apply the trust model in achieving collaboration
3. Identify and root out collusion
4 benefits of being a Trusted Leader1. Employees follow your lead
2. Customers buy you and your products/services
3. Others seek your advice and influence
4. You’ll get what you want at home, at work and in your life
About Our Speaker:
Regarded as a “Business Transformer”, Cynthia is a dedicated leader, an insightful advisor, and a master facilitator.
As a Director across 24 years for both American Electric Power and Central and South West, she worked with the companies’ top engineers in leading change initiatives that delivered $147 million in direct cost savings, top tier customer satisfaction and safety excellence within the electric utilities.
Cynthia is the owner and CEO of EverMore Services, providing executive coaching and business consulting. EverMore partners with business owners and leaders to establish an innovative work culture that delivers high employee engagement and exceptional results. She draws upon her experience as a certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt and certified Manager of Quality and Organizational Excellence.
Cynthia earned her MBA at University of Tulsa. She was selected to the Oklahoma Board of Examiners and served as a Board Representative on the Oklahoma Quality Awards Foundation. She mentors MBA and MAcc graduate students at University of Tulsa, and runs peer advisory groups for women business owners.
6:45pm-Inauguration of Board
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Ti Amo South
(a Buffet Italian dinner will be served)
6024-A S Sheridan Rd
Tulsa, OK 74145
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