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Trust Introduction

Page history last edited by Charles Fritz 9 years, 4 months ago

Introduction

 

Trust is defined in the Webster's dictionary as reliance on the integrity of a person. If you equate this definition to a group it would be reliance on the integrity of each individual in the group. This is what makes trust so difficult to build and so easy to destroy. Each member of the group has to function with integrity in order for trust to be built. In this chapter we will first describe the components of trust. Then we will go into developing trust within individuals. Next, we will discuss methods in building trust in the aspect of a team. After that we will discuss trust at the managerial level. After that, we will discuss trust at an organizational level. Finally, we will go into trust in the sense of governance. At the end of this chapter a reader should have a firm understanding on what trust entails and build a successful group that maintains a high level of trust.

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