Author Archive | Dr. Holly Latty-Mann

A Simple, Effective Way to Manage (Mis)Trust and (Mis)Perceptions

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Most people inadvertently invite mistrust by inadvertently creating misperceptions.  Following receipt of 360 feedbacks in literally every leadership workshop, someone will say, “That’s a misperception”, to which he or she gets to hear, “Their perceptions are their truth about you, AND if you were not attending a program, would these ‘misperceptions’ still be floating around […]

CEO Hires People Just Like Him, Only to Hate the Way They Act

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Want a culture change? Company culture is a function of the personalities of the top few who influence morale. There is good news. Oftentimes it is a matter of creating a one-by-one tipping point. Here’s how it works within a company of key players who all sport strong, demoralizing personalities. Scenario 1:  Sales manager isn’t […]

Part II: Why we lead and love, trust and don’t trust the way we do.

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In our last blog, we looked at temperament in newborns and the implications for leadership and love-ship later in life. This week we look at attachment theory that offers percentages on Secure and Insecure children starting around the age of 2 and sure enough, how these styles persist into our roles as managers and husbands, […]

The etiology of good and bad leaders and lovers: It’s all about trust.

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(This is Part I in a two-part blog on why we lead and love the way we do.) Trust issues develop at birth (yes, really) when a baby has been tagged as “difficult” or “easy” or “slow to warm” (yes, these are technical terms). Chess and Thomas combine their medical and psychological expertise to not […]

How Women Are Becoming Leaders By Not ‘Fitting In’

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The Leadership Trust® is pleased to introduce our guest author, Gloria Martinez with the organization WomenLed. Her article How Women Are Becoming Leaders By Not ‘Fitting In’ follows the recent crowning of our latest Miss USA whose answer to the final question regarding feminism earned her the 2017 Miss USA title. Although she defined feminism […]

Compelling Statistics: Why Smart Employers Invest in Training for their Millennials

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 Training costs less than attrition. Employee Benefit News released an article yesterday (April 18, 2017) by Rachel Carlson and Jonathan Finkelstein showing evidence for “how employer loyalty is at an all-time low…and how Millennials, who form the largest part of today’s workforce, will change jobs a whopping 15-20 times over their career… Millennials famously eschew […]

Organizational Trust: 10 Do’s and Don’ts

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For the past four years Trust Across America’s Trust Alliance Members and Top Thought Leaders in Trust have collaborated on an annual poster to assist organizational leadership and teams in fostering trust. These are some highlights from our 2017 poster: Check it out here! Do’s and Don’ts to Foster Organizational Trust    

Your Personal and Professional Trust Quotient

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Divorce and attrition – both are expensive and both are intricately connected to one’s trust quotient. The difference is that divorce is a personal matter, and attrition is a business concern. In situations where there is no specific event to blame, how does one explain compromised trust? A highly trustworthy person immersed in a relationship […]

Emotional Intelligence and Trust: Another Angle on Building Relationships

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Here is an excerpt from a September 26th Harvard Business Review article. “So how do you build client trust like this? You have to focus on listening. And I have observed two types of listeners: those who listen to respond and those who listen to listen. Let’s call the former the Encyclopedia and the latter […]

Poor Eyesight and a Dead Tooth Due to Ineffective Leadership

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Yes, you read that correctly. Too often we speak of leadership effectiveness within the context of managers and executives within the corporate world. Yet every human being has been victimized by someone’s inept leadership while providing a service, which could be related to the medical or manufacturing industry. I present these two true stories using […]