Trust is one quality that’s very hard to come by. The point of building trust is for others to believe what you say.
You cannot have a healthy relationship without it. And yet, virtually all of us can bring to mind a scenario where our trust has been broken.
Building trust is not without risk. It involves allowing both you and others taking risks to prove trustworthiness.
It’s even more important in the workplace. Ken Blanchard, co-author of The One Minute Manager and Trust Works! once said “Without trust, people give up on relationships and leave organizations, cynicism reigns, progress grinds to a halt, and self-interest trumps the common good,”
Thomas and Skhumba in the morning asked Kaya 959 listeners, outside of your family and close friends – is there any stranger they would leave your kids with based on how you perceive them?
Where I stay as abomakhi we only know each via WhatsApp group so none will look after my kids so creche is my refuge for now #ThomasandSkhumba
— MissFab (@mphozafab) September 28, 2021
— Vovo 🌻🏳️🌈 (@IamVovana) September 28, 2021