Building Trust-Based Relationships

Why is managing work expectations so important?

Expectations serve as the foundation for building trust, strengthening relationships, and increasing personal responsibility and accountability at work.

Learn the tools for building better work relationships:

  • Learn how creating an environment of trust can start with you- are your behaviors building trust or busting it?
  • Utilize "The Work Expectations Profile", open up trust-building conversations with others.
  • Identify their own expectations and the impact they have on their work environment.
  • Take responsibility for their own expectations.
  • Apply the Expectations Profile to build trust with your manager and colleagues.
  • Develop Action Plans to manage and communicate expectations to the people you work with.

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Location: Hawaii Community College, Hilo
Course Code: BUS1005-001

Receive General HR Credit

This program has met the HR Certification Institute's criteria to be pre-approved for recertification credit.

Sarah Kalicki-Nakamura and Cindy Sakai

As training consultants, TH!NK co-owners Cindy Sakai and Sarah Kalicki-Nakamura, specialize in helping companies understand the people side of business.

Registration and Payment Information

Tuition: $379


To Register:
  • Call: 934-2700 - Visa or MasterCard
  • Walk in: 1175 Manono St. Hilo, HI Building 379A Room 3
    • 8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Refund Policy: You are entitled to a full refund for complete withdrawal if made 5 business days prior to the first day of instruction. Thereafter refunds will not be allowed.
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