I’m convinced that leadership is much more about who you are than what you do. As such, there is nothing that speaks more to the quality of your character and leadership than the amount of trust people place in you.
But what does it mean to lead with trust? The presentation below, far from being a complete treatise on the subject, lays the foundation of leading with trust. I would love for you to leave a comment to add your thoughts on what leading with trust means to you.
You’re also invited to join me in the #LeadWithGiants TweetChat, October 7th, 4:00 p.m. PT/7:00 p.m. ET, as host Dan Forbes and I facilitate a discussion on Leading with Trust.
Yes! People rely on what you do, they trust who you are.
I’m looking forward to the chat.
Thanks for your feedback! See you online tonight.
Leading with trust is when people respect you because they feel you care about them. You can rely on them and they can rely on you.
Great addition Issac. That’s an absolute truth.
Thank you Randy, we do need to be reminded that it really is quite simple; it is within every person’s capacity; and it is a daily choice
Thanks for your feedback Lee. Sometimes we make building trust more complicated than it needs to be!
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Hi Randy, sorry i missed the discution on monday, but since I love the subject and trully believe Its important to keep it alive, I Just want to say that I believe that is the level of trust in ourselves and in the help of God, what determines the level of risk we take in life and the dimension of the leadership rol we embrace. Now, People trust depends on many different things, we are very unique, but there is one thing, i believe its the main inner desire in all of us, when we trust one another, We want to see more of and expect high level of Integrity in the people we trust. Sometimes that is the basic difference between a situational leader and a good leader. Everyday choices are important. Thank you for bringing up such an important subject Randy!
Thank you for taking the time to leave a thoughtful reply. Trust is the foundation of any healthy, successful relationship and it can make or break a leader.
Marilyn Nelson, former Chairman of the Carlson Group, epitomizes leading with trust through Servant Leadership and Spiritual Leadership. These styles generate trust in the work place to a significant extent.
If someone trust you (in any relation personal or professional) they value you and they feel that being in partnership with you is worth it and therefore that partnership lasts forever.
thanks for the great article you are one of my best refrences of leadership and trust learning
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