Leadership and the Role of Trust

Posted: 18/03/2016 by broadyesl in leadership, Uncategorized

Read more in “The importance of building trust” .  Excerpt listing some pillars of trust:

  1. Able refers to your capacity for the task. Do you know your stuff and get results? Can and do you use your skills to support others’ work? And do you demonstrate a growth mindset to learn things that you presently don’t know so well?
  2. Believable people know how to keep confidences. They don’t talk behind people’s backs and act with sincerity and integrity. When they err, they willingly admit it. They also do not hide their lack of knowledge.
  3. Connected people work well with others. They listen well and solicit input into their decision making. Such people demonstrate care and empathy and express praise to others for a job well done.
  4. Dependability reflects the fact that you do what you say that you will do. This means keeping promises and commitments. It also includes being punctual, consistent, and responsive.

Read more here http://smartblogs.com/leadership/2016/02/29/the-importance-of-building-trust/


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