Competence, Character, and Motivation
Building a high level of trust within an organization can seem like the search for the Holy Grail: It’s highly valued, but very elusive.
Some of us believe that trust must be earned. We’re not willing to accept the risk of betrayed trust. Some of us grant trust more freely until we have reason to withhold it. We recognize that people give their best when we expect the best out of them. Most of us start off relationships somewhere between extreme trust and extreme lack of trust.
We Don’t Need Trust Where There Is No Risk
Continue reading Sources of (Dis)Trust
…Or Just Wish You Wanted to Change?
The prologue to the award-winning musical, Into the Woods, starts off with the key characters reciting things they wish for, like this stanza by Jack’s mother:
I wish my son were not a fool.
I wish my house was not a mess.
I wish the cow was full of milk.
I wish the house was full of gold-
I wish a lot of things…
Wishing is one thing; wanting it enough to take action is something different. Pursuing what we really want is hard because it requires us to change. Continue reading Do You Really Want to Change…?