Successful Project Teams – Trust is Not Enough

Successful Project Teams – Trust is Not Enough

Skip Weisman

Trust has been the buzzword for team effectiveness for much of the 21st Century, or at least since Stephen M.R. Covey’s book “The Speed of Trust” was published in 2006.

But, if you look at how to truly run effective projects there seems to be something missing that both gets in the way of trust from developing, and prevents trust from being most effective, even when present.

In this episode of Project Talks, participants will explore why this phenomenon is at play when leading and running project teams, and the missing ingredient required to allow trust to fulfill its promise.

Skip Weisman, Poughkeepsie, NY -

Since the PMI world found Skip in 2012, he has spoken extensively at PMI events across North America. More than 36 PMI chapters have experienced Skip's engaging, interactive and highly practical keynotes, seminars, and trainings. Skip began his speaking and business coaching business in 2002 after spending 20-years in professional baseball, 16 of which were as CEO of five different franchises. Teams Skip led were affiliated with the Boston Red Sox, Cincinnati Reds, New York Mets, Seattle Mariners, Tampa Bay Rays, and the Texas Rangers. Since 2002, after leaving his first career of professional baseball, Skip has been speaking professionally and coaching business leaders in the art communication and presentation skills, and leadership strategies. In 2018 Skip published his first book, Overcoming The 7 Deadliest Communication SINs: A New Standard for Workplace Communication. The book is available on Amazon with a Kindle version or the hard copy with bonuses directly through the book's website at

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Successful Project Teams - Trust is Not Enough

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