I’ve worked with a lot of organizations in my time as a coach and leadership consultant and the issue of trust is almost always at or near the center of concern. You’re never done building and nurturing trust. As one of my guests today quotes, “trust is the only thing that affects everything” (Stephen M.R. Covey). We gave it a great deal of air time in the Reimagine Leadership program.
Jerry Magar and Lori Darley join me in today’s discussion and we talk about:
- Signs that trust may be missing in your organization
- There are defined behaviors that help build trust
- One way to think about trust is a combination of competence and character
- Trust-building can be tangible and pragmatic
- Breakdowns provide a great opportunity to create more trust
- What does it mean to have vulnerability-based trust?
There are many models of trust and we cover two during this conversation. Check the links below for three (yes three!) earlier episodes I’ve recorded on trust.
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Links from this episode
Lori Darley: https://www.consciousleaders.us/about
Conscious Leaders Wisdom Circle: https://consciousleaders.us/wisdom-circle
Jerry Magar: https://jerrymagar.com/about-jerry-magar/
Rise Leaders Radio episode with Treg Manning: https://tinyurl.com/k3mwp3zh
Rise Leaders Radio episodes on the Trust Formula: 17 – solo episode explaining Trust model: https://tinyurl.com/5f2w93xr
#36 with Charles Green, Author of The Trusted Advisor: https://tinyurl.com/mry4urjv
#37 with Andrea Howe where we take a deeper dive into the Trust Equation https://tinyurl.com/mv94nakb
The Speed of Trust by Stephen M.R. Covey https://tinyurl.com/md3e5w7b
The Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick Lencioni https://tinyurl.com/ydbb9y7u
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