Why High Trust Organizations Succeed 300% More With Jason O. Harris


High trust organizations outperform low trust organizations by roughly 300%. Marla DiCarlo and Susan Pruitt welcome Jason O. Harris, a keynote speaker passionate about helping organizations create a culture of “No Fail Trust.” Join in the conversation as Jason explains how you need to build trust to have a great team. To do so, commitment and accountability are two essential values you need to implement. How? The first step is to be willing to allow other people's intellect and genius and intelligence to show up. Without wanting to take the credit! Tune in to learn more.


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Lt Col Jason Harris is a dynamic thought leader, motivational speaker, military leader and commercial airline pilot. Jason is an in-demand trust and leadership expert, having also done work for American Airlines, training pilots on implicit bias, equity, inclusion and diversity as well as work for the United States Air Force Academy’s Center for Character and Leadership Development. He has been featured in publications such as Forbes, national print media outlets and multiple podcasts that recognize him as an authority on trust, leadership and high-performance teams.

As a keynote speaker, Jason has shared his powerful and transformative message of No Fail Trust with leading Fortune 500 companies, top universities, the US Air Force and top tier organizations.

In his spare time, Lt Col Harris enjoys cooking gourmet meals at home, traveling the world with his family and enjoying Daddy Daughter Donut Dates on Fridays!

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