"TRUST IS THE ESSENCE OF LEADERSHIP." That's the truth of number 19, which stated Stephen P. Robbins, a renowned researcher in the field of management and organization. He even said that impossible person can lead the person (s) who do not believe. Because, when we trust someone, we assume the person will act honestly and earnestly.
In addition, actions will be reliable and that person will not take advantage of our trust. If you are a leader company, department, or the leader of a project, you should consider some of these tips, so that you can build relationships of mutual trust with subordinates or work team you lead.
1. START WITH TRUST CHILDREN FRUIT
Two-way trust must be established. You have to begin to trust the people you lead. Sooner or later, they will learn to do the same.
2. BE OPEN
People can not trust anything or anyone because of what he did not know and what he knows as much. Therefore, make the people who work under you get a lot more information. The trick, make very clear criteria about your decision, explain the reasons underlying the decision, be open if there is a problem, and provide the relevant information.
3. Be fair
Before making a decision or taking action, consider how others' perceptions in terms of objectivity and fairness. Give awards to people who really deserve it. Be objective and impartial in the assessment work.
4. TELL THE TRUTH
Truth is an inherent part of integrity. Once you lie and men know it, will be very difficult to gain their trust. People are generally more tolerant of the knowledge that they "do not want to hear" rather than their leaders have lied.
5. SHOW CONSISTENCY
Most people want everything predictable (predictable). Distrust arises because not knowing what to expect. Let your values and your core beliefs to guide your actions. This will improve the consistency and building trust.
6. FULFILL YOUR PROMISE
Belief requires that people believe you can rely on. So, you need to make sure that you hold your words and your commitment.
7. MAINTAIN CONFIDENTIALITY
People believe they are wise and to whom they can rely. They need to feel confident that you will not talk about their secrets with others or betray the secret. If people perceive you as the person who leaked the confidential personal or someone who is not reliable, you will not be perceived as being worthy to be trusted.