Trust is the currency for success and the number one leadership competency required today.

The #1 one question every customer, every colleague and every stakeholder has is “Can I trust you?”

 

Natalie has been recognized with a Lifetime Achievement Award as one of the world’s Top Thought Leaders in Trust by Trust Across America – Trust Around the World. Other life time achievement award winners include Howard Schultz, Chairman of Starbucks, Douglas Conant, former CEO of Campbells Soup and authors Charles Green and Stephen M. R. Covey.

A former Chief Marketing Officer, Natalie has published numerous business and peer- reviewed academic articles. Her proprietary Building and Protecting Customer Trust Model is featured in the book  The Best Trust Models.

She advises some of the world’s most successful companies, including many Best Managed Companies on how to grow  their business and increase customer trust and loyalty.

 

There’s no doubt about it – trust is essential and directly related to your bottom line.

Natalie Doyle Oldfield is a trust authority, consultant and keynote speaker who works with companies to grow their business and build customer loyalty and trust. A former Chief Marketing Officer, she is the author of THE POWER OF TRUST: How Top Companies Build, Manage and Protect It , and creator of The Client Trust Index™ and the online Becoming a Trusted Advisor program .

A Master’s degree in Communications, a Top Thought Leader in Trust, a former Sales Leader... And a Business Owner.

Natalie has helped thousands of professionals transform their business relationships. This has resulted in increased sales, referrals and retention for clients across all industries.  Using her proprietary framework, she gives you hands-on, business-proven strategies that are guaranteed to shift the dynamic in your favour. And she's also a business owner, so she understands how difficult it is -- and how to make it easier.


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