11 Jan January 11, 2022 - 12:00pm to 1:00pmonlineAs we begin 2022, as executive coaches, we’re all thinking about the many new and unfolding stressors and challenges our clients, or prospective clients, are facing. In many instances, we have to raise our game to meet the unprecedented moments that they are confronting. We assume that because our intentions are good, our clients naturally “trust us.” On what do we base our hope or assumption of trust? Our expertise? Reputation? Well meaning? The fact is, that if we want to attract and keep the kinds of clients we find joy in working with, trust is something we no longer have the luxury of taking for granted. Intending to be trustworthy is a far cry from actually being trustworthy. Based on his 15-year longitudinal study of more than 3200 leaders, author Ron Carucci will be sharing the findings from his research for his new book, To Be Honest; Lead with the Power of Truth, Justice and Purpose to offer executive coaches practical ways to raise the likelihood that clients, and clients you hope to attract, will readily trust you. This is a public webinar. Presenter: Ron Carucci Register Ron is co-founder and managing partner at Navalent, working with CEOs and executives pursuing transformational change for their organizations, leaders, and industries. He has a thirty-year track record helping executives tackle challenges of strategy, organization and leadership. From start-ups to Fortune 10’s, non-profits to heads-of-state, turn-arounds to new markets and strategies, overhauling leadership and culture to re-designing for growth. He has helped organizations articulate strategies that lead to accelerated growth, and design organizations that can execute those strategies. He has worked in more than 25 countries on 4 continents. He is the author of 9 books, including the Amazon #1 Rising to Power and the recently released To Be Honest, Lead with the Power of Truth, Justice & Purpose. He is a popular contributor to the Harvard Business Review, where Navalent’s work on leadership was named one of 2016’s management ideas that mattered most. He is also a regular contributor to Forbes, and a two-time TEDx speaker. His work’s been featured in Fortune, CEO Magazine, Inc., Business Insider, MSNBC, Business Week, Inc., Fast Company, Smart Business, and thought leaders. He lives in the Seattle area with his wife and two children. On weekends, you’ll find him on his bike, on the lake, on his skis, at the movies, or cheering for the Seahawks. His greatest joy is seeing leader’s thrive by having the impact on the lives of those they lead. Helping leaders find their voice, and use it to serve their organization’s greater good is what gets him up every morning. In his office, Ron has a collection of antique door knobs, door knockers and skeleton keys. Every day, they remind him that life is about finding and pursuing the open doors in front of you, and making sure those doors open for others. In the morning, one of his favorite routines is picking the coffee mug in the conference room from among his collection. Each mug hails from a difference experience and person in his life, and helps him begin his day remembering to be grateful for all those in his life who’ve been part of his story.