How Well Do Others Trust You?

by blogadmin 22. June 2017 03:59

Trust is an essential component of every relationship. As individuals or team members, we need to be aware of how we are increasing or decreasing the level of trust with others. Consider the quote below on how a strong reputation builds trust. Based on how others have acted in the past, makes it more likely to predict how trustworthy others are in the future. The following is a tool to help you assess where you need to strengthen trust levels of others.

TRUST MODEL:

This model, which was adapted from The Trust Equation by Charles Green (Trusted Advisor Associates LLC), lays out what makes a person a trusted individual. Take a look at the points below and consider how well you'd rate in each area on a daily basis.

Trust = C + R + 0 

   S 

Trust Builders...

Credible in Your Words 

-Do you tell the truth?

-When you don't know, do you say you don't know?

Reliable in Your Actions 

-Do you deliver on commitments?

-Do you commit only to things that you plan to follow through on?

Open to Other Points of View 

-Do you actively seek input from others?

-Do you show people how you've acted on their input?

Trust Destroyers... 

Self-Orientation 

-To what degree is the focus on you vs. others?  

PERSONAL APPLICATION:

-With whom or what team do you need to focus on strengthening trust? In what areas (C,R,O,S) do you need to work on? In what circumstances do you need to place focus? 

 

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