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Franklin Covey Announces Tour: Stephen M. R. Covey In High Demand: New York Times Bestselling Author Of The Speed Of Trust To Speak - “Lack Of Trust In Government, Organizations, Communities: Restoring Broken Trust”
Franklin Covey Co. (NYSE:FC), a global company specializing in performance improvement, today announced that because of high demand, it will host a second 20-city tour featuring Stephen M. R. Covey,
New York Times and #1
Wall Street Journal bestselling author of
The Speed of Trust: The One Thing That Changes Everything. The first tour in 29 cities, which was held earlier this year, sold out.
Covey will make rare appearances at the Franklin Covey community-wide events held in the U.S. and Canada, June 18 through August 14, 2013. Invited to attend are representatives from leading organizations in each city, including business, government, education, civic, community leaders and the media.
The cost to attend a live three-and-a-half-hour Franklin Covey community-wide event is $69 per person. Cities and associated dates are listed below. To register, visit
The 2013 Edelman Trust Barometer revealed that an alarming 85% of the general public in the U.S. do not trust business leaders to tell the truth when confronted with a difficult issue. And, 82% do not trust their government leaders. Covey believes that low trust is a cancer that is spreading across the world and into the global economy. Amidst these alarming statistics, Covey strongly advocates that trust can still be restored.
“In today’s low-trust world, trust is the new currency of our global economy.” said Stephen M. R. Covey. “It is the foundational driver for an organization’s sustained success. A loss of trust will not only damage internal and external relationships, it will also dramatically affect the speed at which you can move and the cost of everything. On the other hand, the dividends of high trust are tangible and real and they translate into economic advantage.”