Power Hour: From Disgust to Trust with Diana Damron
November 18, 2020
It’s no secret that trust is in freefall and that people feel overwhelmed and disgusted. Trust in government, trust in media, and even trust in one another is broken. You don’t have to scroll on social media for long to see that name-calling is the language of posting for far too many people.
When we work in the arena of distrust, productivity suffers, engagement suffers, the bottom line suffers, and people suffer. So how do we transform distrust into trust? By changing behavior.
In this presentation, Diana Damron dives into today’s challenge of living in a world of distrust, its costs, its victims, and how we can turn this crisis around. Diana will share with you her five-step process to change behavior, build trust, and create a culture in which people can say what needs to be said and ask what needs to be asked and at the end of the day leave fulfilled, not broken. PowerHouse Montana and Diana invite you to join us on our challenge to transform disgust to trust.
About Diana Damron:
Diana Damron is a former television anchor who today works with organizations to create, grow, and maintain cultures of trust. Described by her clients as “the human whisperer,” Diana has made it her mission to take on the toxic workplace and replace it with a culture of trust.
What makes Diana’s work unique is that she knows the pain and costs of a workplace built on distrust and incivility. Finding herself a target in a toxic workplace, Diana survived, but certainly did not thrive. Today, she is dedicated to cleaning up and wiping out the pollution of bad behavior and its effects on organizations and the people in them.
Diana is the author of Civility Unleashed: Using Civility to Survive and Thrive in the Workplace and its companion, The Civility Workout: Your Personal Guide to Unleashing Civility in the Workplace. Civility Unleashed has been described as the "how to" book for business leaders who want to foster a work environment where talented people can flourish.
Along with her TEDx Talk, Diana has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Southwest Airlines’ LUV Lines, and in television and radio interviews nationally.
Diana is a former television anchor, co-host, and reporter who studied with world-renowned speech expert Dorothy Sarnoff as well as other national speech coaches. Diana is certified for training by the International Board of Certified Trainers and is a certified coach of DiSC®.
Diana knows the importance of a sense of humor. She stopped taking herself too seriously the day she walked off the runway at New York City’s Waldorf Astoria Hotel during a national modeling competition and right into the laps of shocked audience members. While Diana didn’t take home the Runway Model of the Year award that year, she did leave as National Television Model of the Year.