Building Authentic Relationships

In today’s workforce, one of the most powerful leadership skills we can have is the ability to form authentic relationships with teams and clients. Having authentic relationships enables us to develop an effective support system, work with resistance, and establish deep relationships.

This course offers the opportunity to explore the skills and behaviors needed to build authentic relationships. Participants will learn to analyze their relationships and develop a practical approach for engaging team members.

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Session Times:

Local Time:
Dec 23 2020 |
10:30 am to 11:00 am
All sessions are at the same time each week.

Hourly Schedule

Defining Authentic Relationships

December 23, 2020
In this session, we will define authentic relationships and understand the reasons why they are essential to success in leadership. Participants will have an opportunity to evaluate the last five interactions they had with others to discover more about their relationships. They will also explore the concept of Emotional Bank Accounts by Stephen Covey, recognize the 3 Ps of building authentic relationships, and explore the power of vulnerability.

Behaviors That Enhance Authentic Relationships

December 30, 2020
Inspirational leaders make a strong impression on others by believing in themselves and others. In this session, participants will explore the behaviors that charismatic leaders exhibit to enhance authentic relationships including warmth, body language, listening and empathy.

Behaviors That Prevent Authentic Relationships

January 6, 2021
Sometimes, in our professional life we need to work with people we do not particularly like. However, it is essential to maintain a professional relationship with them. In this session, participants will explore the common behaviors that prevent us from building authentic relationships and discover ways we can monitor our own behavior to ensure that we have successful relationships.