Tackling the Crisis of Trust – Curating Connected Communities at Work

June 21 | 12 PM EST
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Trust is the fundamental pillar to fostering team collaboration, innovation, and overall success. We understand the important of trust by looking at three key trust principles:

  • Trust is a foundational human need & leadership capability wherever we work and play
  • Trust is dynamic & contextual – we always need to work at cultivating trust
  • High trust levels is one pre-requisite for high engagement & performance

When was the last time you measured trust at your organization?

As part of our commitment to empowering organizational resilience and building better leaders, we’ve partnered with industry-leading workplace culture shapers, 1-DEGREE/Shift, to bring you an effective approach to building trust at your organization and beyond.

Join us to discover how to bridge the gap between teams no matter where you work, and use trust and connection to foster a purposeful work culture. During this 45-minute event, you’ll learn about:

  • How to build trust within and between teams
  • Empower employees to deliver their best performance, and
  • Create a more engaged, connected, and productive work environment


Tim Magwood, Co-Founder at 1-DEGREE/Shift

Tim has been leading culture transformations with CEO’s and executive teams since 2014 and has impacted tens of thousands of people. His background as a trained professional actor, coach, facilitator and keynote speaker allows him to tap into a broad and deep toolkit for his clients. Before 1-DEGREE/Shift, he was Founder & Partner at Fusion Learning (now DDS) where he grew a start-up to become the fastest growing, largest private sales effectiveness firm in Canada.

Linda Morana

Linda Morana, Manager, Program Experience at 1-DEGREE/Shift

With 8+ years of experience in non-profit, small business and corporate environments, Linda’s passionate about supporting people, programs and organizations working towards their full potential.  In her previous roles as Mentor-in-Residence, Personal Development Coach, and Training Advisor, Linda has coached mentors and entrepreneurs across Canada as well as mentoring organizations around the world. She’s co-led curriculum planning and design for an award-winning training program, in partnership with Toronto’s Ryerson University The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education, Canada’s first online entrepreneurial mentor training program.

Complete the below form to register for the June 21st event.