12 Apr Building Trust
Trust is a major part in the foundation of interpersonal relationships. Trust is necessary to help build and maintain relationship wellness, whether it is between parents and children, friends, lovers or co-workers. Some things we do can make it just as easy to build trust as it is to break it down on a daily basis. If your interpersonal relationships are plagued by that deadly element called “ambiguity, suspicion, and fear” then you may want to begin some trust-building steps. Trust is an act, I refer to it as a very rather than a noun and encourage those I work with to remember to take actions towards building and maintaining trust in their interpersonal relationships. We learn to trust, as we learn to love. Trust is something that is developed by taking action either to let ourselves trust or to earn trust through consistent actions. Sometimes trust is also lost or destroyed by a single act. This is why we should be good interpersonal relationship stewards and ensure that we are making wise choices about whom we trust.
How do you go about deciding who to trust and when to trust them?
- Joyce Odidison is a Conflict Analyst, Speaker, Author, and the world’s leading expert on Interpersonal Wellness Competency Mindset teaching. Joyce is President & CEO of Interpersonal Wellness Services Inc. as well as founder and host of the Annual Global Workplace Wellness Summit. Joyce has authored five books and is also a Certified Coach Training Director and Founder of Coach Velocity School of Coaching. Joyce is a C-Suite level workplace wellness expert and trainer, working for over 24 years with governments, the private sector, non-profits, and post-secondary institutions struggling with difficult work relationships or stressful situations. She is host of the What’s Happening at Work podcast. Joyce can be reached at e-mail: www.joyceodidison.com or phone 1 877 999-9591 www.interpersonalwellness.com