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Trust enables easy communication and higher performance

A post last fall on management-issues.com lists 25 behaviors that contribute to mistrust. They’re worth contemplation to gauge how each of us may contribute to mistrust.

Does your behavior damage trust?

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Reminds me of the 2007 Annual Conference keynote speaker... I believe his name was Dave Horsager.

He kept coming back to Trust. Calling it the "trust edge"
He also highlighted "Four Little Things That Make a BIG Difference"

I've listed them below.

SINCERE CARE:
No one cares how much you know until they know how much you care.
SIMPLE COURAGE:
Have you taken enough Smart Risks today?
SIGHT CLARITY:
Without Vision people perish. And so do families, teams, and organizations.
SOUND CHARACTER:
Want less stress? Do what is right over what is easy.

Chris,
Thanks for bringing that speech back to light. I liked it a great deal and did a post on it at http://www.extension.iastate.edu/mt/civility/2008/01/we_lose_in_every_way_when_we_l.html

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