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“First Things First: Creating a Culture of Trust. with Scott Perry & Patty Parnell Linn Benton Lincoln ESD. Today’s Discussion…. School Leadership in an Information Age The Power and Speed of Trust Communication In Trust Cultures. Hunter/Gatherer Age. Duration: thousands of years

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First things first creating a culture of trust

“First Things First:Creating a Culture of Trust

with

Scott Perry & Patty Parnell

Linn Benton Lincoln ESD


Today s discussion
Today’s Discussion…

  • School Leadership in an Information Age

  • The Power and Speed of Trust

  • Communication In Trust Cultures


Hunter gatherer age
Hunter/Gatherer Age

  • Duration: thousands of years

  • Calendar: Focus on Spring, Summer, Fall – Store for Winter

  • Governance: Tribal


Agrarian age
Agrarian Age

  • Duration: 800 B.C. – late 1800s

  • Calendar: Spring Planting, Summer/early Fall Tending and Harvesting

  • Governance: Patriarchal


Industrial age
Industrial Age

  • Duration: 1890 – 1980s

  • Calendar: Year Round

  • Governance: Boss – Middle Management – Worker


First things first creating a culture of trust

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Middle Management

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Information age
Information Age

  • Duration: 1980s – 2020s

  • Calendar: Year Round

  • Governance: Flat


First things first creating a culture of trust

Leader (Coach, Support, foster trust, create systems, hard conversations)

Team Member

Crystallized Intelligence

Team Member

Team Member

Team Member

Fluid Intelligence

Team Member

Team Member

Team Member

Team Member


First things first creating a culture of trust

  • Fluidthe capacity of combined, synergistic thinking of school community members to problem solve in real time. 

  • Crystallized  the massive storehouse of education and experience that exists within all schools.


First things first creating a culture of trust

It’s just not possible any longer to “figure it out” from the top, and have everyone else follow the orders of the “grand strategist”.  The organizations that will truly excel in the future will be the organizations that discover how to tap people’s commitment and capacity to learn at all levels in an organization.”

Peter Senge “The 5th Discipline”


First things first creating a culture of trust

Most public schools today sit in the middle of the Information Age charged with preparing students for life and work in the Information Age and beyond…. and yet function with an Agrarian Age calendar…. and Industrial Age systems of management and communication.


Exciting new ways of doing business
Exciting New Ways of Doing Business Information Age charged with preparing students for life and work in the Information Age and beyond…. and yet function with an Agrarian Age calendar…. and Industrial Age systems of management and communication.

  • Learning Organizations

  • Professional Learning Communities

  • Critical Friends

  • Other…


One common essential ingredient
One Common, Essential Ingredient… Information Age charged with preparing students for life and work in the Information Age and beyond…. and yet function with an Agrarian Age calendar…. and Industrial Age systems of management and communication.

High Trust


Maintaining high trust in complex challenging organizations
Maintaining high trust in complex challenging organizations…

  • Why is it necessary?

  • What exactly is it?

  • How do create it?


Sustained improvement will not occur without strong system readiness

Sustained organizations… improvement will not occur without strong “System Readiness”…..


The speed of trust
The organizations…Speed of Trust

A Transformational Book

by Stephen M.R. Covey


What is trust
What is Trust? organizations…

  • Confidence

    • Integrity

    • Ability


What is distrust
What is Distrust? organizations…

  • Suspicion

    • Integrity

    • Ability


The case for trust
The Case for Trust organizations…

Trust = Speed Cost

Trust = Speed Cost


Examples in business
Examples in business… organizations…

  • 9/11 and air travel

  • HIPPA

  • Berkshire Hathaway/Wal-Mart Deal

     2 hours, 1 handshake


First things first creating a culture of trust

organizations…Communication is the connective tissue of humanity…”

The Communication Catalyst


Barriers to powerful conversation
Barriers to Powerful Conversation: organizations…

  • We’re filterers…

  • We’re comfort seekers…

  • We’re approval junkies…

    “Adequacy & belonging”


Something to think about
Something to think about… organizations…

  • How would I listen if I knew I already got what I wanted?

  • When did I last listen without revising, resisting, countering, fixing or altering?

  • When did you last learn something from someone? What made it possible?

  • What am I currently attached to? Is that attachment a help or hindrance in my ability to listen?


The conversation meter the work of conversant
The Conversation Meter organizations…(the work of “Conversant”)

  • Pretense

  • Sincerity

  • Accuracy

  • Authenticity


First things first creating a culture of trust

High Trust organizations…

Best Practices in School Improvement

Effective Leadership


First things first creating a culture of trust

High Trust organizations…

Best Practices in School Improvement

Effective Leadership


Contact information
Contact Information: organizations…

Scott.Perry@LBLESD.K12.OR.US

541-967-8822

Patty.Parnell@LBLESD.K12.OR.US

541-812-2657