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CUTV News Radio Spotlights Bob Whipple, The Trust Ambassador

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Rochester, NY – Bob speaks to groups across industries on how to build and maintain trust within an organization.  His ideas are not only highly entertaining, they are inspiring to leaders looking for a sustainable way to realize competitive advantage, while maintaining high standards of ethics. Bob teaches that a culture of trust is much more productive, and problems are fewer and more easily solved.  Presto – leadership becomes a joy rather than drudgery.

A prolific content producer with four books of his own, Bob is a contributing author to five other books. He has published over 600 articles and produced over 100 videos that highlight his theories on how leaders can achieve better performance while simultaneously having more fun. Poor leadership is painful; great leadership is a blast.

Bob focuses on showing leaders at all levels what real trust is, how powerful it is at changing the corporate ballgame, how to achieve it consistently, and how to repair damaged trust. You’ll want to tune in to his insightful interview, packed with practical tips that can change the way you think about the culture in your organization to allow the achievement of its potential. The good news is that while the benefits of trust are immense, the methods to achieve it are not rocket science; they simply require a shift in the actions of leaders.

The most significant behavior change is to learn how to REINFORCE CANDOR, which is a method of reducing the fear in the organization, so its people can express themselves without having to worry about being punished.  Bob has highly entertaining devices and illustrations to drive home his points; this keep leaders laughing while they are learning the most critical skills.

For more information on Bob’s company, Leadergrow Inc., go to www.Leadergrow.com

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