Dennis and Michelle Reina Release Second Book on Trust in the Workplace

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Trust — a major workplace challenge. Drs. Dennis and Michelle Reina, founders of the Reina Trust Institute, once again tackle the challenging issue of trust in the workplace with their latest book, Rebuilding Trust in the Workplace: Seven Steps to Renew Confidence, Commitment and Energy (Berrett-Koehler).

Newly Released, Rebuilding Trust in the Workplace

No matter what your vantage point, this book can help you.

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Authors, Dennis and Michelle Reina, Ph.Ds., founders of the Reina Trust Institute are back to help organizations, teams, and individuals recognize the impact of trust and distrust in the workplace. As a follow up to Trust & Betrayal in the Workplace: Building Effective Relationships in Your Organization, their newly released book, Rebuilding Trust in the Workplace: Seven Steps to Renew Confidence, Commitment and Energy (Berrett-Koehler), provides a proven, practical and compassionate seven step approach to rebuild trust in the workplace.

"No matter what your vantage point, this book can help you," says Dennis Reina. "Whether you have been let down, disappointed, frustrated or betrayed, whether you inadvertently hurt others, or whether you want to help others."

The Reinas’ approach helps improve workplace behaviors associated with broken trust. These behaviors include:

  •     less committed, less engaged and more skeptical,
  •     resisting volunteer assignments,
  •     feelings of isolation at work,
  •     talking behind others’ backs,
  •     employee absenteeism and tardiness, and
  •     interpersonal conflicts between co-workers.

For the last two decades, the Reinas, have been supporting leaders and their organizations in building and rebuilding trust to drive business results. Their research shows that 90% of employees in the workplace feel the effects of eroded trust on a daily basis. Rebuilding Trust in the Workplace: Seven Steps for Renewing Confidence, Commitment and Energy focus specifically on a process for rebuilding trust and recovering from workplace betrayals.

The book is receiving significant recognition. “The definitive book on sustaining trust in your organization. Dennis and Michelle Reina have created a practical manual for understanding, building, and rebuilding trust in working relationships.”
—Paul Rosner, Chief Information Officer, Energy Coal, BHP Billiton, Sydney, Australia

Dennis and Michelle Reina are now booking interviews and speaking engagements. The Reinas are also available to contribute content and/or write articles based on their books to trade and news publications.

About the Dennis and Michelle Reina
Dennis S. Reina, Ph.D., and Michelle L. Reina, Ph.D., are pioneering, preeminent experts on workplace trust, and co-founders of The Reina Trust Building Institute, a global enterprise specializing in measuring, developing, and restoring workplace trust. Over the last twenty years, they have advised organizations such as American Express, Boeing, Ben & Jerry’s, Children’s Healthcare System of Milwaukee, Harvard University, Johnson & Johnson, Johns Hopkins Medical Center, Kimberly-Clark, Middlebury College, Microsoft, Nokia, Treasury Executive Institute, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army Chaplaincy Corps, U.S. Department of the Treasury, West Point Academy, Yale University, and Walt Disney World. They are partners in business and in life, and reside in Stowe, Vermont.

Michelle and Dennis Reina co-authored the ground breaking book, Trust & Betrayal in the Workplace: Building Effective Relationships in your Organization, Berrett-Koehler, in 1999 and now available as a revised and expanded 2nd edition (2006), and have just released Rebuilding Trust in the Workplace: Seven Steps to Renew Confidence, Commitment and Energy (Berrett-Koehler) in October 2010.

For more information about Rebuilding Trust in the Workplace, please contact

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