Want Your Employees to Trust You?

One of the biggest workplace productivity killers is lack of trust. When employees do not feel trusted they exert less effort, are less productive, and are more likely to leave the organization. The truth is, trust begets trust. When people are trusted, they tend to trust in return. How can you as a manager show your confidence and faith in your team?

Holly Henderson Brower, Scott Wayne Lester, and M. Audrey Korsgaard explore several ways you can build trust with your employees, through self-awareness, giving up control, sharing information, and investing in employee development.

Click here to view the article: “Want Your Employees to Trust You? Show You Trust Them,” by Holly Henderson Brower, Scott Wayne Lester, and M. Audrey Korsgaard for Harvard Business Review.

 

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