Can I Trust You

Because if I can’t there is no way you’re going to sell me anything, even although it’s the best product or the best service, at the best price.

And if you’re my boss, then you haven’t a hope of me being committed and engaged in

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my job.

A whopping great 45% of people, who leave their jobs, do so due to a lack of trust in their employer.

This is according to Deloitte’s “Ethics and Workplace Survey”.

Do you trust me?

If I work for you, do you trust me to do my job to the best of my abilities; to turn up early and go home late?

Because, if you do; there’s a good chance that’s what you’ll get.

But if you don’t trust me to do that, and believe I won’t do the job to the best of my abilities, then that’s also what you’ll get.

It’s a self-fulfilling prophecy.

Trust is a two-way street, and it has to start somewhere. So if you’re managing people or dealing with customers, why not let it start with you!

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About motivationdoc

I am an International Speaker, Business Development Expert , and Successful Author. I deliver seminars and workshops on: Leadership, Motivation, Sales, Customer Service, and Managing Difficult People. You will find me in the UK, US, Europe, MIddle East, Singapore, Vietnam, Indonesia and the Philippines
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