The importance of Trust in Leadership

SkillDing · May 1, 2024

About Track

When there are gaps between what we expect people to do and what they actually do, we should choose to fill those gaps with trust rather than suspicion. In this episode, I explain why. Here’s what we cover in this episode:

  • How gaps happen
  • How leaders choose what goes in those gaps
  • Developing the discipline of filling those gap
  • Why we tend to choose suspicion over trust
  • Effects of distrust
  • Benefits of extending trust
  • What to do when someone continues to create a gap between what we expect and what we experience
  • Four commitments leaders should make to their direct reports

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About Creator

SkillDing

Hosted by Kevin Redmond (linkedin.com/KevinRedmondTraining) founder of SkillDing.com - a digital platform providing you with a suite of tools to measure and track when, where and how you are improving your soft skills. In each episode we have a guest on to discuss a non fiction book that has impacted their life. Every episode includes these tools to enable you remember the most actionable content from the episode and to allow you to find opportunities to deliberately practice and reflect on your efforts.

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