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Being a trustworthy leader

Being a trustworthy leader


  • Delivered Online

  • Beginner level


Create excellent cultures of trust

Whether you are leading a team, a project, a campaign or even a family your ability to nurture trusting relationships is essential to success. But what are the ingredients of trustworthy leadership?

In this online workshop, Gemma will help you to identify and understand the different components of trust so that you can be even more intentional about your relationship building as a leader.

What you will get from this 60-minute session:

  • Insights into your current trustworthiness and next steps
  • Practical knowledge of trust building strategies
  • Confidence to show up as a more trustworthy leader

How we will do it:

  • A trustworthiness questionnaire which you can complete before or after the session
  • Exploring the different components of trustworthiness in leadership
  • Identifying the day-to-day actions that build interpersonal trust
  • Personalised action planning

This online session is designed to be as interactive or passive as you wish. You are most welcome to ask questions, share challenges and discuss your ideas. You are equally welcome to join with your camera off and just listen in.

This session will be held on zoom – you will receive the meeting link once you book your place.


Meet your trainer:

Hi, I’m Gemma Perella; a Personal Development Trainer and founder of The Self Leadership Initiative. The SLI is all about helping you to develop young leaders.

As a teenager in 2006 I stumbled across a leadership training programme that changed my life. I went from an introverted outsider to a confident and driven educator. Ever since, my mission has been inspiring and empowering young people to become the best versions of themselves.

Over the last 9 years I've been working with organisations that support young people. I deliver interactive and practical training programmes to equip students with the kinds of skills ‘they don’t teach you in school’ in order to help them become the confident, resilient and emotionally intelligent leaders that the world needs.