About the Webinar:
Research provides strong evidence that organizations with a high degree of trust among employees are far more likely to make and sustain the kinds of changes that help them reach their goals and outcomes than those organizations where there is little or no trust among staff. This session described both empirical and conceptual research related to trust types. We explored the various types of trust as they relate to social and organizational life. In addition, we made connections between trust, trust types, relationship, communication and increased effectiveness in mediation and ADR outcomes. Run time: 54 minutes.
About Dr. Cathy Fromme:
Dr. Fromme began her journey as an educator 32 years ago, as a first grade teacher in California. She is currently the Principal of TrustWorks. Prior to establishing TrustWorks she held district, regional ESD and state department positions in Washington. While at the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction she developed Washington’s statewide Special Education Mediation System, chaired the statewide Commission on Student Learning Accommodations and Alternate Assessment committees. Cathy was also the Diversity Manager for the Washington Department of Natural Resources where she facilitated positive/inclusive working relationships and diversity in the workplace for 1,300 DNR employees. She has consulted, written and presented extensively in the areas of trust, change management and work force diversity in schools and organizations. She received her B.S. from UCLA, M.S. from San Jose State University, and doctorate in Educational Leadership and Policy from the University of Washington. Though, her proudest achievements in life are her two grown sons. The youngest is an EMT in the US Air Force and the oldest is the owner/operator of a courier business in San Francisco.