A 2002 study by Watson Wyatt surveying 12,750 workers across all industries showed that high-trust organizations had a total return to shareholders that was 286% higher than low trust organizations.

Research shows that only 51% of employees trust senior management, and only 28% believe CEOs are a credible source of information.

This compels us to ask two questions.

  1. Is there a measurable cost to low trust?
  2. Is there a tangible benefit to high trust or is it just ‘nice to have’?

Why is TRUST important?

  • It’s the one common thing in any company that if removed will destroy EVERYTHING
  • Least Understood
  • Most Neglected
  • Changes Everything

In Tom’s Keynote, he lays out in detail how your organization, team, and family can benefit from a HIGH trust culture, and how having a LOW trust culture will ultimately be your demise.

“What is trust? I could give a dictionary definition, but you know it when you feel it.

Trust happens when leaders are transparent, candid, and keep their word. It’s that simple.”

– Jack Welch, former CEO, General Electric

“As a Professional Speaker, I’ve invited him to present to our organization of 300+ employees, and he has not only delivered but is the only speaker among a celebrity who’s who list that our team has demanded that we bring back.”

Brett PenagerCMO, Medulla Corporation

“We asked if Thomas to deliver a presentation the night before our game in Chicago.  I’m so glad we did because he was engaging, impactful, and energetic.”

Lamorris CrawfordPlayer Development, Cincinnati Bengals

“Can it get any more uplifting and motivational?

Thank you… You Rock!”

Pam LitvayPresident, The Litvay Group
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