trust and collaboration
When it is well-placed and effective, collaboration is proven to add exponential value.
For example, Deloitte found that companies prioritising collaboration are twice as likely to be profitable and twice as likely to outgrow competitors. In addition, a study from Stanford University showed that social cues signaling collaboration led to individuals persisting 64% longer on a challenging task and experiencing lower fatigue. Diving deeper, psychological safety and trust are the life-blood of the effective collaboration. In fact, that’s precisely what Google found when they studied great teams.
Trust and Collaboration workshops from Philosophy at Work give groups the deep understanding and practical tools they need to collaborate effectively. Our founder, Dr. Brennan Jacoby, holds a PhD in trust. That expertise, paired with our experience and understanding of the practical challenges that can inhibit great collaboration make this training workshop robust and highly practical.
Participants will leave our collaboration and trust workshops with:
- A grounding in the 5 drivers of effective collaboration and how to foster them
- Shared language and understanding around trust;
- A self-assessment of their current state of collaboration and areas where they would like to move forward;
- Practical tools for building trust with clients and colleagues; and
- A personal plan for taking their collaborative practice forward.
“We recently engaged Philosophy at Work to present at, and facilitate, a retreat for one of our global business services functions. Not only is Brennan’s content on trust and effective collaboration, thought provoking and relevant, his delivery style and facilitation skills are world-class. Brennan is able to bring an inclusive and empathetic approach to a diverse and multidiscipline audience, and builds rapport and trust with his audience. A highly valuable session from a valued advisor”