Leaders Build Trust by Righting Wrongs

The Second Wave: Relationship Trust Building the Wave of Relationship Trust requires deliberate trust-building behaviors. We will start with some character-based behaviors, such as straight talk, showing respect, being transparent, righting wrongs, and showing loyalty. We’ll also explore the “counterfeit” … Read more

Leaders Build Trust by Creating Transparency

The Second Wave: Relationship Trust Building the Wave of Relationship Trust requires deliberate trust-building behaviors. We will start with some character-based behaviors, such as straight talk, showing respect, being transparent, righting wrongs, and showing loyalty. We’ll also explore the “counterfeit” … Read more

Leaders Know Credibility is Driven by Behavior

For context, let’s review Covey’s Five Waves of Trust.1. Self trust2. Relationship trust3. Organizational trust4. Market trust5. Societal trust This post goes further in depth on the importance of the first wave. The first wave of trust: Self Trust Self … Read more

Credibility Gaps: Leaders Know the Waves of Trust

Picture the ripple effect of throwing a stone into a calm pond. The waves get larger and cover more surface as they expand. Think of trust-building in this way. Stephen M. R. Covey says, “As trust is manifest in each … Read more

Leaders Know Positive is Different Than Soft

Some people push back when you ask them to take a positive approach in their leadership. They equate positivity with being nice, but being kind is deeper than empty hype like, “Good job” or “Nice work” or “Super!” You can’t … Read more

Be Mindful of Your Feelings; They Betray You.

Star Wars nerds everywhere are scrolling to the bottom of this post to let me know I got the quote wrong. But, if you give me a few minutes, I will explain. Yes, the quote is wrong in the sense … Read more

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