Emotional trust relationships in teams


Emotional trust relationships in teams. In this episode Judith Germain speaks to Scott Clancy about emotional trust relationships in teams. Scott Clancy, a former military officer, discusses his experience in leadership and coaching. He emphasises the importance of connecting with individuals, translating the vision into personal development, and providing effective feedback to transform difficult teams.

Judith and Scott discuss the importance of providing leadership training to all levels of management, emphasising that leaders at every level can benefit from developing essential skills. They also highlight the significance of building a strong organisational culture based on values, ethics, and trust, which requires leaders to take personal responsibility for their teams.

Scott and Judith also discuss the importance of trust in leadership, highlighting the elements of care, competence, sincerity, and reliability. They also touch on the potential generational differences in leadership styles due to changes in education and technology.

In this conversation Scott and Judith discuss the importance of trust, transparency, and accountability in leadership. They also highlight the need for leaders to develop coaching skills and create a culture of learning and growth within their teams.

Scott Clancy, retired Major General of the Royal Canadian Air Force and author of the new book Developing Coaching Leaders: The Fundamentals and Techniques that make leaders extraordinary.

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The consequences of not having the right level of influence as a leader can be significant. Without the ability to inspire and motivate others, you may struggle to achieve your goals and make a real impact.

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Scott Clancy can be found on LinkedIn here.

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