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Here are the best excerpts about creating a culture of trust at home and work. How and when does Servant Leadership work best? 

 

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Emotional Bank Account:

 

In the book on Principle-Centered Leadership, Stephen R. Covey identifies his use of the concept of trust:

“Trustworthiness is based on character, what you are as a person, and competence, what you can do…. Trustworthiness is the foundation of trust. Trust at the interpersonal level is the emotional bank account between two people that enables them to have a win-win performance agreement. Trust – or the lack of it – is at the root of success or failure in relationships and in the bottom-line results.

 

Ask yourself:

1. What is your definition of trustworthiness?
2. How do you think the emotional bank account works within relationships? Is it an important concept for the workplace?
3. Talk about a time where you’ve seen failed outcomes that have resulted from a lack of trust.

 

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Trust, the Miracle Ingredient:

 

In the book on Building Trust in the Workplace, Gordon Shea describes trust and claims this powerful benefit:

“Trust is the ultimate intangible. It has no shape or substance, yet it empowers our actions. And its presence or absence can govern our behavior as if it were a tangible force Trust is the ‘miracle ingredient’ in organizational life – a lubricant that reduces friction, a bonding agent that glues together disparate parts, a catalyst that facilitates action. No substitute, neither threat nor promise, will do the job as well.”

 

Ask yourself:

1. Read the above quote. What do you think about the claim that ‘trust is the ultimate intangible.’?
2. How important is workplace trust to you?

 

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Fostering Trust:

 

In the book The Leadership Challenge: How to Make Extraordinary Things Happen in Organizations, authors James Kouzes and Barry Posner indicate that their research supports the claim that fostering trust is expected of credible leaders:

“Being seen as someone who can be trusted, who has high integrity, and who is honest and truthful is essential. So the credibility check can reliably be simplified to just one question: ‘Do I trust this person? Credibility, like reputation, is something that is earned over time. It does not come automatically with the job or the title. The credibility [trust] foundation is built brick by brick.”

 

Ask yourself:

1. Why do you think it’s essential that a leader is seen as trusted and one with high integrity’? 
2. What’s the workplace and/or team environment like when you don’t trust the leader? 
3. What are some steps a leader can take to rebuild trust brick by brick’? 

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About The Article Author:

Our mission with FutureSTRONG Academy – to grow children who respect themselves, their time and their capabilities in a world where distractions are just a click or a swipe away.

I see myself as an advocate for bringing social, emotional and character development to families, schools and communities. I never want to let this idea out of my sight – Our children are not just GPAs. I’m a Writer and a Certified Master Coach in NLP and CBT. Until 2017, I was also a Big Data Scientist. In December of 2044, I hope to win the Nobel. Namasté

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Rachana Nadella-Somayajula,
Program Director & Essential Life Skills Coach for Kids and Busy Parents

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COLLABORATION - A Pillar of FutureSTRONG Academy

 

Our children will one day face the real world without our support. Academic development is not the only skill they will need in the real world where people skills like taking the lead, emotional intelligence and a strong moral compass will determine who will shine. So, as parents who want to raise well rounded adults, we want to give them the right tools for their personal development.

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