When trust is high, it’s a factor in relationships that often goes unnoticed. It’s not on may quarterly scorecards or measured in annual reports.
Imagine any relationship you have without it, and you’ll quickly see what an impact it has on communication, productivity, quality and speed. When trust goes down, all of our other abilities go down with it. This is why trust is an economic driver.
Research shows that trust is the one factor that can raise all other leadership competencies. Whether you’re leading yourself, others or an entire organisation, high levels of trust drive greater results.
The good news is that trust is a learnable skill. With practical knowledge, you can develop, strengthen and improve trust across all your relationships.