Hope and Trust

Hope and Trust Graph2

In their foundations annual letter Bill and Melinda Gates demonstrated a core element of leadership: inspiring hope. The letter challenged concepts that discouraged people from tackling the Foundation’s mission of addressing poverty worldwide. The core ideas were that past and current efforts are having an impressive impact in improving the quality of life and that these efforts show every sign of continued progress.

Hope and Worklife

The chart at the top of this page shows the importance of hope. The survey asked people whether they had hope for their careers. Their level of hope was closely tied to their trust in others. The graph shows that trust in managers, supervisors, colleagues, and staff members were all tied to the level of hope.

Hope is the foundation of an effective team and the result of working effectively with that team.

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Dr. Michael Leiter, co-author of Banishing Burnout and The Truth about Burnout, is set to release his newest book on Work Engagement. Dr. Leiter founded the Canadian Centre for Organizational Research & Development and has researched organizational behaviour for more than two decades. He knows how to improve an organization’s bottom line (productivity and profitability by improving its top line - people. In fact, he and his co-author coined the term "work engagement" as the antithesis to burnout!

Over the years, Dr. Leiter has worked closely with a host of researchers, including Dr. Christine Maslach, creator of the Maslach Burnout Inventory (MBI), and most recently, with Dr. Arnold Bakker on work engagement. Now, through work with the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) - the largest integrated health care system in the U.S. - Dr. Leiter has the CREW Solution.

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