Speed of Trust:officially announced

Today I received a mail from my friends at FranklinCovey Belgium.  Looks like I pre-announced their session about trust

We are  proud to announce:

The MasterClass on “The Speed of Trust” by Stephen M.R. Covey on Wednesday evening June 18th, 2008 in De Zuiderkoon in Antwerp.

As of today, we are starting the registration of participants.  And as a previous participant of the MasterClass by his father Dr. Stephen R. Covey in November 2006, we wanted to offer you the first opportunity to subscribe !

Key objective of this MasterClass is for participants to understand how trust effects their personal ability to achieve results as well as how trust effects the overall success of the organisation.

Similar to the MasterClass in November 2006, we will work with a set-up of tables with 6-8 participants to improve interactivity (so sign up with your management team!), and once again Early Birds enjoy a discount (so be quick!) !

Enclosed you’ll find our first flyer with an introduction to the keynote speaker and his topic.  Any questions?  Call us on +32 11 80 12 58 !

We hope to welcome you and/or your colleagues once again on our MasterClass !


everyone that was at David Anderson’s talk about trust,knows that Stephan M.R. Covey wrote one of the great books about trust.

I would like to be at a table with 5 other people interested in IT and agile in particular. Contact me and I’ll try to have a PairCoaching.net table. 

I am Yves Hanoulle, your virtual Project coach and you can reach me at yves at my agile training company .net


One Response

  1. Check out a book review summary on The Speed of Trust:


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