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Recorded Training Event: Trust Expert and Author Barry Rellaford on his new book "A Slice of Trust -- The Leadership Secret with the Hot & Fruity Filling"

Is trust important to you and your team? Trust_word_tiles

BASIC TRUTH:  Trust if THE foundation for all things important (on teams and in life).

How then does one TEACH trust?

How do we all get on board with what trust means?

Trust is complex.  Trust is simple.  Trust is...

Let's face it.  Trust can be difficult to teach.

Good news!  My good friends Barry Rellaford and David Hutchens have written a powerful 100 page book that will help you and your team quickly and easiily understand what trust is and learn how to establish it, grow it, and nurture it.

FREE Leadership TeleSeminar on:

Trust_a_slice_of_trust A Slice of Trust -- The Leadership Secret with the Hot & Fruity Filling

This book is written in parable format and stands well with the best of business parables,  including the all time greats like,  FISH, One Minute Manager and Who Moved my Cheese.  

A Slice of Trust: The Leadership Secret with the Hot & Fruity Filling, highlights in a memorable and meaningful way an important, career critical, management essential insight: Trust matters.

“Dazzling…and true! It took me years to discover the power of trust. With A Slice of Trust, you will understand so much more–and in only a few hours!”

-- Carlos Tavares, Chairman of Nissan Americas

A Slice of Trust teaches managers and leaders of all levels how companies that develop trust within the workplace can increase their value, efficiency, and innovation.

This delightful fable follows Simon the Pieman who isn't as simple as everyone thinks. He serves pie to  his customers along with his trust, one slice at a time. Trusting wisely and weighing the risks against the opportunities, Simon succeeds in his business, teaching an old dog, Sebastian, some new tricks along the way.

Inspired by Simon's trust, Sebastian learns a valuable lesson about the importance of extending trust, weighing out risks to exercise "smart trust," and the importance trust plays in leadership.

Barry_rellaford2 Barry Rellaford is my guest for this special live and interactive TeleSeminar.  Barry is a long time friend and an IATF Visiting Faculty Member.  Barry is the head trainer of Stephen M.R. Covey's "Speed of Trust" and travels the world teaching organizations large and small how to establish, grow and nurture trust in the workplace.  Barry has the unique ability to make the topic of "trust" come alive in a way that is approachable and human.  Barry is an exceptional and humble trainer and a wonderful person.

This TeleSeminar will be interactive - - you'll be able to talk with Barry and ask him your questions directly (or send them in as text).  It's "just in time" training and development! 


When you place a bulk order you'll receive the book at a discounted rate.  This is the perfect book to provide to everyone on your team!  To receive a bulk order discount  contact:

Kim Eddy
Inside Sales Coordinator
Gibbs Smith
Phone - 801 927-2147
[email protected]

Call Details


A Slice of Trust -- The Leadership Secret with the Hot & Fruity Filling


Thursday   June 30, 2011


Starts at 1 pm  Eastern (NY City time zone)
runs for 60- 70 minutes


Barry Rellaford, coauthor of "A Slice of Trust"

Tom Heck, President & Founder of the IATF


CLICK HERE to register. It's FREE.  Registration is closed.


Come to the call ready to participate in small group discussions, share ideas and resources, ask questions, answer quick polls, and be fully engaged as we put the newest distance learning telephone conferencing technology to use!


Get the recording for free HERE for a limited time (link to MP3 file).
This call was recorded and is now archived in the IATF Members Only Area. Not yet an IATF member?  Join HERE.




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