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How Are You Demonstrating Trust as a Leader?

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TRY Coaching –Power of Trust

Webster’s defines Trust as:  “firm belief in the character, ability, strength or truth of someone or something”.

Stephen Covey quotes: “trust is the glue of life.  It’s the most essential ingredient in effective communication.  It’s the foundational principle that holds all relationships”.

As a leader, it is imperative to be able to communicate in a way that leads to trust and respect among your staff.  Employees tend to be willing to work hard and follow someone that instills trust rather than uncertainty or fear.

True leadership is having the ability to elicit truth without being second guessed as to hidden meanings and agendas, ambiguous dialogue or misunderstandings.

Leadership is a behavior, not a position or title and a key leadership behavior revolves around building strong relationships with others which rests on trust and respect.

A leader is someone that brings out the best in others by not only leading by example but by treating everyone in a way that promotes fairness, mutual respect and success.

As an Executive and Credentialed coach, my clients come to the coaching process to become better leaders and to figure out what stops them from being their personal best in their leadership capacities. We spend a great deal of time unpacking what they do well and where they need to improve.

True leadership is attainable however one has to want to look at where their shortcomings are in order to increase their leadership potential.

What does trust mean to you and more importantly, how are you demonstrating trust as a leader?