- Distrust and skepticism are often defaults in today’s world. Leaders need to put in a conscious effort to build trust relationships and a healthy work environment for their employees.
- As a manager it can be challenging to know where to start to build trusting relationships with employees.
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- There are five fundamental behaviors that leaders need to embed into their management style to build trust with their employees. These include engaging employees in decision making, investing in employee retention and success, demonstrating accountability, embracing failure, and developing empathy.
- Each interaction managers have with employees can be an opportunity to exhibit these five behaviors, which will establish trusting manager-employee relationships. This training deck will help managers understand the value of the trust behaviors and how they can apply them in their daily interactions.
Impact and Result
- The level of trust that employees have with their manager is correlated with engagement. Employees who have strong manager relationships are more likely to be engaged at work. Engagement drives a host of team and organizational benefits including higher employee performance commitment, higher organizational commitment, and more innovation.
- Organizations that have high levels of trust report experiencing less stress, less burnout, and higher productivity.