Video Preview: Building Trust in the Workplace Presented by Instructor Ned Lipman
How to Create Trust in the Workplace, Workforce Development Training Grants
In the course previewed above, Ned Lipman guides leaders on how to build trust among those who report to them. Creating an atmosphere of trust and open communication in the workplace leads to increased productivity and morale, as professionals at all levels feel valued and invested in the organization's success. This course features exercises that help participants recognize the importance of being open to the ideas and contributions of individuals at all levels of an organization.
The Workforce Development Unit at the Rutgers Office of Continuing Professional Education (OCPE) has successfully helped hundreds of NJ employers offer training to their staff through NJ Department of Labor (DOL) grants. This course can be modified to suit the needs and initiatives of any organization and can help professionals in a variety of industries build trust at work! Typically, there are no out of pocket costs to your business except the cost of paying the wages of your employees while they're being trained. This workplace trust training class can also be combined with other course offerings and tailored into a customized program that fulfills your specific corporate training needs.
To receive DOL workforce training grant funding, your company must be NJ-based and free of any state tax liabilities. The qualification process takes about 5 minutes and requires very basic company information such as name, address and FEIN number.
If you would like to learn more about Ned Lipman's course on how to create trust in the workplace and the other training grant courses offered through OCPE, please contact us:
Sharon Gutterman, Senior Program Coordinator
About Ned Lipman, Instructor for Building Trust in the Workplace
Ned Lipman is the former Director of the Office of Continuing Professional Education (OCPE) at Rutgers University's New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station, a position that he held for over 30 years. Although he retired from the Director position in 2013, Ned continues his active involvement with OCPE by teaching a number of open market continuing education courses, including Management Skills for Supervisors and Park Management and Liability Issues. He also teaches management and communication skills courses for aspiring turfgrass professionals at the Rutgers Professional Golf Turf Management School. He shares his expertise with workforce developing training grant recipients by providing engaging, customized courses on topics related to management, organizational leadership, credibility, trust, and more.
A lifelong educator, Ned's significant contributions to Rutgers extend beyond OCPE. He has many years of experience as a professor of microeconomics and marketing at the Rutgers School of Environmental and Biological Sciences and has taught well over 4,000 undergraduate students over the course of his career.
Developing Trust in the Workplace Extended Video Preview
Can your organization benefit from Ned Lipman's course on establishing trust in the workplace? Get a more in-depth look at the type of workplace training that OCPE can provide in this extended course preview video.