Edu van der Werf is an international group facilitator and leadership consultant with over 15 years of experience in improving organizational relationship quality. In his years as a practitioner, keynote speaker and researcher he has developed a special interest in the concept of trust. Edu has a financial, HR and changemanagement background and is a member of the First International Network on Trust (FINT), a global group of academics and practitioners who are interested in the study of trust. Edu is based in Dordrecht, The Netherlands.
Building interpersonal trust; using a relational signaling perspective (Edu van der Werf)Collaboration, Consulting Skills, Edu van der Werf, Human Resources, Leadership, Trust, Workshops
In a world in which traditional hierarchy slowly but surely is substituted (or complemented) by new forms of organizing, the development of strong organizational relationships has become even more important. Trust is a fundamental aspect of these relationships. But how do we form trust? More specifically: how is trust built (and sometimes broken)? Over the last 20 years, research in social sciences has given us ample understanding of the underlying components. In this evidence based workshop we will explore, make sense and experience the latest insights on trust development.