ALA students can earn a maximum of five credits through webinars, though students are welcome to view as many as they choose.

Successful organizations and great leaders know that a culture of trust doesn’t happen by accident. It is created through a series of conscious choices and intentional behaviors.

When trust is present, your people are more focused, more strategic, and more unified. When trust is absent, communication channels break down. Employee morale and absenteeism become a problem. And teams in your organization become siloed and unaware of and unconcerned with how their work affects and is affected by others.

Join Dr. Katherine Ruger and Michael Reitz on Thursday, May 10 for a powerful 30-minute webinar as they discuss three ways leaders and organizations can build and maintain a high-performance culture of trust.

About the presenters: Dr. Katherine Ruger is the assistant dean of admissions and pre-college programs at the Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine. Michael Reitz is the executive vice president of the Mackinac Center for Public Policy, where he oversees execution of the Center's strategic plan. The Mackinac Center is an independent, nonprofit research and educational institute based in Midland, Michigan, with the mission of improving the quality of life for all Michigan citizens by promoting sound solutions to state and local policy questions.