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A Quick Guide to Rediscovering Trust

Dec 03, 2014 01:53AM

Ronnie Kaufman

The three key elements to trustworthiness comprise sincerity (Is the person sincere about getting done what they committed to do?); capability (To what degree are they capable to get it done to our satisfaction?); and reliability (Based on past history, how reliable are they to actually get the job done?). Remember, without trust, no relationship can thrive and grow.

A very large part of how much people trust us and how much we trust others is a result of these three elements. Most of the time, people don’t think about trust in this fashion, but surely the degree to which each of these elements is rated determines its validity. 

Don’t forget to have the important conversation as to what the exact requirements of our satisfaction are, including time frame. Then we will have our own process to make assessments as to the trustworthiness of a person to get the job done or promise kept. Sometimes people get confused and feel if we love someone, we should then also trust them and they should trust us,  but this is too often not the case. 

Ronnie Kaufman, a credentialed coach with the International Coach Federation, may be contacted at 520-829-0225, [email protected] or DesertRanch.com.

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