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Three Levels of Trust – Where Do Your Relationships Stand?

Three Levels of Trust – Where Do Your Relationships Stand? | Leading Choices | Scoop.it

"When it comes to trust, not all relationships are at the same level. Based on the context of the given relationship – professional, personal, family, social – each one can experience a different level of trust.

 

There are three basic levels of trust...."

 

First level - deterence-based trust

Second level - knowledge-based trust

Third level - identity-based trust

 

Read this article to gain more insight.

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The Top 5 Things Employees Want (and Need!) to Hear from Management - Forbes

The Top 5 Things Employees Want (and Need!) to Hear from Management - Forbes | Leading Choices | Scoop.it
Employees want good pay. They want to have some say in how they perform their jobs. They want to be treated fairly. And they want management to be consistent in word and deed.
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How to Navigate Life in Work – Six Considerations | Thin Difference

How to Navigate Life in Work – Six Considerations | Thin Difference | Leading Choices | Scoop.it
Our life is a context in which we work. Leaders and team members each have a responsibility when life overwhelms work. Here are 6 consideration points.
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Your Employees are Engaged...REALLY? - Forbes

Your Employees are Engaged...REALLY? - Forbes | Leading Choices | Scoop.it

"Recently, I dropped in on an innovative workspace for one of my software technology clients– it's a very cool office space. An open-plan, communal space with worktables in rows, very low partitions between areas, and no private offices."

 

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"Here are my top 5 questions which help construct the WHYS of employee engagement for leaders.

 

1) Why am I here?

2) Why should I trust you leadership?

3) Why should I be loyal to your company?

4) Why don’t you communicate your company values?

5) Why aren’t you clear about the rewards of working in this company?"

 

Read the rest of this article by Meghan Biro. Important questions leaders should consider....

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Go Hard on the Issue, Soft on the Person – 5 Leadership Ideas | Thin Difference

Go Hard on the Issue, Soft on the Person – 5 Leadership Ideas | Thin Difference | Leading Choices | Scoop.it

This statement is a challenge: “I try to go hard on the issue and soft on the person.” Leadership, character, and integrity are skills required to keep focus.

 

5 leadership ideas:

 

Idea 1: Balance the emphasis on the issue with showing empathy to the person.

Idea 2: Focus on the right words – speaking and hearing.

Idea 3: Be fully present.

Idea 4: Keep repeating – solve the issue, solve the issue, solve the issue.

Idea 5: Let go.  

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Four Lessons From the Best Bosses I Ever Had

Four Lessons From the Best Bosses I Ever Had | Leading Choices | Scoop.it

"Having a great boss shouldn't be such an unusual experience."

 

3 great lessons to read. 

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