Are You a Trusted Leader
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Leaders should consciously build their trust factors. People who trust each other do better work, they do more work, and they tend to more quickly become high performing individuals and teams. At the same time, leaders can do things (usually accidentally) to breakdown trust inside the organization.
We believe in applying what we learn. We compiled an eBook that focuses on what a leader can do to build and maintain high degrees of trusting relationships.
Our ebook explores each question from the assessment in detail, provides a case-example of how trust is affected by that particular question, and then provides a specific exercise leaders can do to improve.
- Increasing the way others seek your counsel.
- Helping people feel safe sharing information with you.
- Bringing others into your opportunities.
- Living your values.
- Making good decisions.
- Making timely decisions.
- Showing others trust.
- Collaborating with others in most of the work you do.
- Recognizing people for their performance publicly and immediately.
- Allowing discretion in how people approach their work.
- Sharing information broadly.
- Actively building relationships with other people inside and outside of the organization.
- Showing vulnerability.