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Build Trusting Teams

with former Navy SEAL Officer & author, Rich Diviney

About This Topic

Rich Diviney knows that any team can excel in fair weather but when times are tough, only teams built on a strong foundation of trust can accomplish what others find impossible. He draws from 20+ years of experience as a Navy SEAL Officer to help leaders discover how they can take their teams to the next level.

Build Trusting Teams draws from Simon’s books, The Infinite Game and Leaders Eat Last, as well as Rich Diviney’s The Attributes, to explore practical and actionable steps for establishing trust that will optimize your team’s performance.

In exploring the characteristics of a trusting team, your leaders will be challenged to look beyond talent and competence to examine the elements that truly distinguish remarkable teams (and human beings) from everyone else.

This experience allows participants to dive into the reasons that some teams, even those stacked with talent, don’t excel—and how to turn it around.

Key Takeaways

  • Unpack how trust acts as a vital component for high performing teams
  • Uncover the four core components necessary in building trust
  • Understand why seeking “resilience” is not enough and what to do about it
  • Explore how throwing away outdated Task Organization Charts is key to improving your team’s performance
  • Investigate what separates high performing teams (and high performing humans) from everyone else

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About Rich

Rich Diviney is a bestselling author, leadership and human performance expert, and retired Navy SEAL commander. During his career in the US Military, spanning more than twenty years, Rich has completed more than thirteen deployments overseas.

As the officer tasked with training others for specialized command, Diviney was intimately involved in an extremely specialized SEAL selection process, paring down a group of exceptional candidates to a small cadre of the most elite optimal performers. He also spearheaded the creation of a directorate, employing a strong emphasis on physical, mental, and emotional discipline to optimize the team’s performance. Diviney led his small team to create the first-ever “Mind Gym” that helped special operators train their brains to perform faster, longer, and better in all environments—especially high-stress ones.

Since retiring from the Navy, Diviney has worked as a speaker, facilitator, and consultant at the Chapman & Co. Leadership Institute and Simon Sinek Inc. In 2020, Diviney founded The Attributes Inc., where he currently serves as the corporation’s CEO.

Currently, Rich speaks and consults on leadership strategies, assessment and selection processes, and optimal performance techniques. He has worked with thousands of businesses, athletic organizations, and military leaders. His past clients include American Airlines, Meijer Inc., the San Francisco 49ers, Pegasystems, Zoom, and Deloitte.

In January 2021, Rich released his first book: The Attributes. 25 Hidden Drivers of Optimal Performance. (https://theattributes.com/)

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