Thousands of people have enjoyed this lively and memorable 2-day workshop know as the Building Trust Experience. It is designed to enhance trust by improving practical communication skills and techniques. Bruce’s down-to-earth teaching style helps participants take a fresh look at how they interact with others. By capitalizing on their natural style, students practice with real-world examples to overcome common trust barriers that arise in the workplace.
Seating is limited to 12 participants, allowing for personalized instruction and a memorable learning experience. Attendees acquire a new appreciation for the subtleties of the communication process, and emerge from the workshop armed with readily applicable tools, techniques, and a fresh approach to the challenges they face.
Achieve more with less stress! Choose a public session (scheduled throughout the year) or arrange a private workshop to take your organization deeper into specific trust-related opportunities. Multiple seat discounts apply.
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The Building Trust Experience is appropriate for anyone who relies on others for maximum effectiveness, including:
- Customer Service
- Managers & Supervisors
- Advisors & Consultants
- Pastors, Counselors, Volunteers
- Anyone looking to grow their impact and influence
- Day 1: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Day 2: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
- $550 covers instruction, all course materials, refreshments, and both lunches.
- $50 per seat discount for additional parties from the same organization.
- Seating is limited to the first 12 people to register.
- 50% fee will be applied in the event of cancellation within 2 weeks.
- If for any reason you are not satisfied with your learning experience, Building Trust, LLC will cheerfully refund your workshop fee.
- Public sessions are typically held in Wooster, Ohio.
What others are saying:
“Makes you realize it’s not quite as tough to change some things as you might think!”
“I will continue to enforce what I learned in my everyday life.”
“Really opens my eyes to what relationships could be with a little effort on communication, listening and trust.”