A common emotion that leaders experience is loneliness. Self-doubt, lack of honest feedback, and an absence of an objective voice can be detrimental to not only the well-being of the organization, but also the well-being of the organization's leader.
As a leader, do you have someone who will walk alongside you so that you can be fully aware of any blindspots, opportunities, or calculated risks that need to be taken? The centering of an organization's trustworthiness begins and ends with the accountability, commitment, and well-being of the leader.
TrustCentric stays focused with leaders by working one on one with them to continually align issues, concerns, opportunities, and successes through the Structure of Trust framework.
Cory's wisdom, insights, and caring touch have helped me create a culture of trust, define our values internally, and continue us on a path of healthy growth."
Justin Ricklefs, Founder and CEO of Guild Content