New Grossman Group eBook helps leaders build confidence in tough times
CHICAGO, March 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Decline in employee engagement. People are quitting their jobs in record numbers. Exhausted employees looking for new meaning in their work. All of these major trends can often be attributed to the absence of a key work culture ingredient: trust in leadership.
In an e-book published this month, a prominent ChicagoLeadership-based leadership and communications consultancy – The Grossman Group – examines the problem of trust and offers leaders a reference manual on how to turn the tide and create a powerful new level of trust in the world. within the culture of their organization.
e-book, 7 Essential Traits for Building Trust in Business, is completely revised to meet the challenges leaders face today as they grapple with a time of unprecedented crisis and change.
“In all my years of working with leaders, I’ve never seen them more focused on better connecting and building relationships with employees than they are today,” said David Grosman, CEO and Founder of the Grossman Group. “Yet, even with that desire, there aren’t enough practical tools they need to start achieving that new level of confidence. This new eBook gives leaders the roadmap they need to bring the changes that I know they want to make.”
Grossman, a leading leadership and communication expert, outlines the many benefits of building trust, including research that indicates more trustworthy public companies outperform their peers and retain more productive employees. and engaged.
“It makes sense that employees are less productive when they don’t feel confident — or when they don’t trust their bosses,” Grossman said. “Many of the organizations I’ve worked with over the past few years have seen this firsthand. Building trust isn’t just good for employees, it’s good for business.”
The new eBook outlines key features leaders should focus on to build trust, including practical advice on a myriad of trust-related topics, including:
- How to act more authentically, in line with the purpose and values of the company
- Tips for becoming a more transparent leader
- Tips for better listening to employee needs and wants
- The best ways to become a better, more engaging communicator
- How to create a stronger sense of community and culture that your employees genuinely value, respect and praise
- Thoughts on how you can make your leadership team a truly trusted and respected voice within your organization
Download a free copy of e-book here.
About the Grossman Group
The Grosman Group is an award-winning Chicago-based communications consulting firm specializing in organizational consulting, strategic leadership development, and internal communications. A Certified Diversity Provider, The Grossman Group works closely with Fortune 500 companies and other organizations, including Allstate, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Kaiser Permanente, Lockheed Martin, and Novartis, among others.
About David Grosman
Leading consultant, speaker and author, David Grosman ABC, APR, Fellow PRSA, CSP is one of America’s leading authorities on organizational communication and leadership. He is the founder and CEO of The Grosman Group. A source for the media, David provides expert commentary and analysis on employee and leadership issues. He was featured on “NBC Nightly News,“WSJ.com, Today.comin the Chicago Grandstandthe World Economic Forum, LA Times, and CBS MoneyWatch, among others. His latest award-winning book, “Heart First: Lasting Leadership Lessons from a Year That Changed Everything” features interviews with more than 30 leaders across diverse organizations, each sharing extraordinarily candid insights and unique leadership lessons.
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