To reconcile performance and well-being at work, you must first know how to build trust because it is the foundation of healthy working relationships. It allows us to establish connections and bonds with others which, in turn, give meaning to our lives and actions. What if the secret to collaborative teams was trust?
Why develop trust?
Trust is at the very heart of team building. It allows for healthy and enriching relationships between people. In teams, trust creates a motivating, engaging and reassuring climate, an essential framework for growth and performance.
Trust also means better productivity, more collaboration and less stress, dissatisfaction and conflict. Whether the work is done face-to-face or virtually, fostering trust, maintaining it, and stimulating it is a matter of building on the relationship between your employees.
Finally, trusting each other is an even more valuable condition when working remotely: we don’t see each other as often, we have to collaborate differently, and we may even collaborate with colleagues we’ve never met in person! In other words, trust might be the key ingredient to successful remote work.
The four main pillars of trust are known by all
Successful practices are put in place to build trust, both as a team and individually
Employees know how to recognize which of their behaviors inspire trust and which ones undermine it
Broken trust relationships are being rebuilt with practical solutions
Our success stories
Sometimes daring to do things differently takes us further than we ever imagined. Do what they did.
We had a challenge to address, which was to quickly offer a development program adapted to the reality of our organization for our managers. This course had to allow them to be better equipped to deal with the remote management of their teams in a completely new context. Boostalab offered us an approach, a platform, and content that met our expectations and needs. We greatly appreciated the quality of their facilitation interventions.
Vice-President, Talent and Culture- Croix Bleue
All participants are unanimous. Not only do they come out of this experience with a good knowledge base, but they can tangibly apply it in their daily work, which will be beneficial in the medium-long term vs. other more theoretical training courses that come and go.
Director, Human Resources - Couche-Tard
Some team transformations
Learn how our interactive paths have helped many teams take action and develop their soft skills.