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    March Membership Meeting - How do you retain employees? By giving your employees what they need most. A culture of TRUST.

    Date: March 9, 2017, 11:30am – 1:00pm
    Ronda Wakefield
    FVCC, Arts & Technology Building Room 139, 777 Grandview Dr., Kalispell, MT 59901
    ALSO VIA SATELLITE AT FVCC Libby Campus – 223 Commerce Way, Libby, MT 59923
    Free for Members and First Time Guests. $26 for program & lunch for non-members.Libby non-member $15
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    How do you retain employees?  By giving your employees what they need most.  A culture of TRUST. 

    According to just released data of 2017, organizations are experiencing “A Crisis in Trust”.   Whether the sector is for-profit or non-profit, it always boils down to a lack of trust.  A lack of trust in the leadership, a lack of trust in the organization, and a lack of trust in one another.

    That lack of trust fuels toxic environments, sparks employee turnover, and undermines productivity.  Diana Damron works with organizations to transform their cultures – guiding them from toxic to trust.  Through her coaching and training, she uses the tools of what she calls “The 3 C’s: Civility, Communication, and Character” to help companies create cultures of trust.  Organizations that embrace TRUST and hold it as a core value unleash accountability, productivity, and retention.

    Presenter Information:  

    Diana Damron is a former television news anchor who found herself as a target in a toxic environment.  Shocked by the effects of that experience, Diana embarked on a mission to help organizations eliminate toxicity and build cultures of TRUST.  Diana works with organizations in the for-profit, government, and non-profit sectors to help them transform their workplaces through what she calls “The 3 C’s: Civility, Communication, and Character.” Diana uses coaching and training to help organizations create, grow, and maintain cultures of trust.

    As one leader said: “Diana builds trust with employees and uses it as a foundation to hold them accountable for the changes they need to make.  As a director, I consider Diana a valuable partner in creating the working environment that best supports us to accomplish our mission.” 

    Diana Damron is the author of Civility Unleashed: Using Civility to Survive and Thrive in the Workplace.