The inner circle: Being trustworthy


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The inner circle: Being trustworthy

Trust begins at the core of a person. What makes us trust someone? What makes someone trust us? Five attributes are consistently linked to trust. The International Association of Business Communications studied these attributes in 53 organizations on four different continents. And found them to hold true, meaning these five predictors of trust are consistent across industries, languages even cultures. So do this quick assessment for me as I introduce the big five trust attributes.

Use the trust building action plan to evaluate your immediate supervisor on a scale of one to ten where one is weak,. And ten is strong on these five predictors of trust. First, competent. Remember one is weak, ten is strong. Does your boss have the skills and the intelligence to make good calls? Second, reliable. Does your boss follow through on promises? Third, open and honest. Are you told the truth even when it isn't good news? Is your supervisor forthright about issues that affect you? Next, consistent in behaviors and ...

The inner circle: Being trustworthy
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