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In Trust is a podcast for experienced and emerging leaders who are looking to stretch in new ways, better connect with those they seek to serve, and make a difference in the world – all through leveling up their Trust-Centered skills. Listen and subscribe to In Trust for practical insights to help you earn trust and discover a better way to lead.
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Trust is the most valuable asset of our time. The In Trust podcast shares stories and insights to help you develop the mission-critical leadership skills to earn, extend, strengthen, and restore trust.
Research has shown that more trusted companies are more profitable companies. Now, with more teams going remote and business models breaking down, trust is needed more than ever. Trust is the glue, lubricant, and accelerant to human connection, and human connection is the basis of all business.
About the In Trust podcast
Hosted by Spotlight Trust™ Co-founders Lisa Lambert and Rick Kitagawa, In Trust episodes has two formats. The first is a conversation between the hosts that are a mix of fun stories and thoughtful deep-dives all around a single topic. These topic-centered episodes focus on the various elements and skills that go into building trust. Additionally, they often end with a practical challenge for the audience to build Trust-Centered skills.
Additionally, In Trust also has interview episodes with leaders from all sorts of different fields. From government to public health to the entertainment industry, the common thread between guests is that they’re all trusted leaders in their communities. In these interviews, we’ll have them tell their stories in their own words, and look into how trust has helped them achieve the change they’ve been seeking to make.
How can project management be a tool to build trust? Why is building trust and psychological safety so important for project teams and what are practical ways project managers can develop these assets?
Kiron has worked in project management for over 25 years in a multitude of roles including project management office, leadership, delivery, and consulting. He’s an active member of the Project Management Institute (PMI), which is the professional organization for project management, and has contribute to multiple PMI standards and practice guides, including their flagship guides. Kiron is also a prolific writer, speaker, and trainer, contributing his insights and expertise in project leadership to a wide-range of audiences. He’s also the author of the book Easy in Theory, Difficult in Practice: 100 Lessons in Project Leadership.
While Kiron was initially drawn to the profession of project management from a very analytical, technology-centric perspective and an opportunity to demonstrate and further develop his hard skills, he soon realized that embracing a people-centric approach was the key to long-term success. In our conversation, Kiron generously shares practical and powerful lessons he’s learned in his own journey as a project leader and what he teaches his students.
Whether or not you have the formal title of project manager, you’re likely involved in project work in some way. This episode is loaded with insights to help you and your team thrive while delivering projects you can be proud of.
- Kiron Bondale’s website
- World Class Productivity Inc.
- Kiron Bondale’s book Easy in Theory, Difficult in Practice: 100 Lessons in Project Leadership
- Project Management Institute (PMI)
- Kiron Bondale on LinkedIn
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