Trust me – this is important!

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Trust me – this is important!

  1. Trust me – this is important Christof Braun Manage Agile! Network
  2. Successful enterprises must transition to agile, networked, living and learning organizations, ready to adapt and change quickly.
  3. Leaders in such an organization can no longer trust in power but must rely on the power of trust.
  4. Self-organized teams are a corner stone of modern organizations. Only in a trustful relationship will delegation of decision making work.
  5. What is trust? Two definitions are relevant to this discussion.
  6. Trust is the believe by the trustor that the trustee is capable of delivering on a promise.
  7. Trust is the believe by the trustor that the trustee is honest and fair and will not exploit the trustor's vulnerability.
  8. Trust is declining “Most people can be trusted”
  9. But trust still works! A Panera Bread restaurant, where you decide how much you pay. I trust orders on handshake – no contract required – never had problems.
  10. Four trust relationships in an organization 1. The leader trusts her team
  11. Four trust relationships in an organization 2. The team trusts the leader
  12. Four trust relationships in an organization 3. The team members trust each other.
  13. Four trust relationships in an organization 4. The leader trusts herself.
  14. Giving trust is taking a risk. Trying to reduce the risk means reducing the trust.
  15. How can trust grow? Transparency – Dare to bare.
  16. How can trust grow? Strong personal connection know each other.
  17. How can trust grow? Practice what you preach and Lead by example.
  18. What if it fails? Don't punish everyone with increased control. Consider it an investment – learn from it. But unfair behavior still needs consequences.
  19. A trust culture can grow. If you start with trust and stick with it, others will follow.
  20. So – take the plunge, do not be afraid to risk it. Trust yourself to trust!

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