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by Sue Annis Hammond,Charles Feltman

  • Author: Sue Annis Hammond,Charles Feltman
  • ISBN: 0966537394
  • ISBN13: 978-0966537390
  • ePub: 1826 kb | FB2: 1440 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Business Culture
  • Publisher: Thin Book Publishing; 1 edition (December 17, 2008)
  • Pages: 68
  • Rating: 4.3/5
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The Thin Book of Trust; An Essential Primer for Building Trust at Work ePub download

Everyone talks about trust but few understand what it really means, how it is built or destroyed. Charles Feltman's The Thin Book of® Trust is an excellent guide to understanding the distinctions of trust; sincerity, reliability, competence and care

Everyone talks about trust but few understand what it really means, how it is built or destroyed. Charles Feltman's The Thin Book of® Trust is an excellent guide to understanding the distinctions of trust; sincerity, reliability, competence and care. This is an excellent resource for anyone interested in building trust-based relationships with their clients, colleagues and employees. -Elaine Howard, Chief Talent Officer, Millward Brown. The is an excellent book on an important subject.

Feltman's book provides a practical guide for building and sustaining such relationships based on trust. Feltman offers a framework for earning the trust of others, restoring trust when it is broken and confronting issues of distrust in a constructive way. He tells us about four distinctions of trust: sincerity, reliability, competence and care. We build trust by working on these four aspects. We can deal with most issues of distrust if we learn to carry out our dialogues based on the four distinctions rather than umbrella terms that label someone as "untrustworthy

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An Essential Primer For Building Trust At Work. It provides a clear explanation of a new way of looking at trust and real, practical ways to build, maintain and rebuild trust. Narrated by: Dave Giorgio. The vignettes provide vivid pictures of how assessments of sincerity, reliability, competence and caring play out in the workplace. The sample conversations about trust are excellent templates. Jim Gorski, Principal Organization Development Consultant, EMA, Inc). Charles Feltman is an executive coach, consultant and facilitator. he coaches executives and managers in developing the thinking, being and doing that constitute the most effective leadership in their organizations. The Thin Book of® Trust is a small book about a very important subject. In addition to coaching and consulting for Fortune 500 companies since 1990, Charles has served as a community mediator and facilitator for the past 30 years.

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This is a small book about a very important subject. A lot has been written about trust: about what it is and what it can do for people, families, companies, communities and countries. Often, good work is being sabotaged by interpersonal conflict, political infighting, paralysis, stagnation, apathy, or cynicism. Almost always, one can trace these problems to a breakdown in trust. It not only kills good work, it also inevitably creates some degree of misery, annoyance, fear, anger, frustration, resentment, and resignation. By contrast, in successful companies where people are innovative, engage in productive conflict and debate about ideas, and have fun working together, one can find strong trusting relationships. Having the trust of those you work with is too important not to be intentional about building and maintaining it. With this book, you will learn how to build and maintain strong trusting relationships with others, and repair trust when it is broken, by being intentional and consistent in your language and actions. Understanding and consistently demonstrating trustworthy language and behavior will help you earn and keep the trust of the people you work with.
Iaiastta
This is an excellent book that takes a somewhat fuzzy subject like "trust' and breaks it down into its component parts: Sincerity, Reliability, Competence and Care. We often have an uneasy feeling that we can't trust someone, but specifically, why? What is it about them that makes us uneasy? This book provides clear guidance on how to distill trust down to its bare essentials, how to address breaches of trust with diplomacy, and how to get relationships back on the right footing. Its recommendations are applicable across the spectrum: work-related or personal, with a superior or a direct report, a child or spouse. It also helps us be mindful of ways in which we might unwittingly be violating someone else's trust. Its a thin book that packs a huge punch.
sunrise bird
I want to join the chorus of those who have found great value in this little book. The reason this book is so powerful is because it goes beyond just platitudes about the value of trust. I think we all get that. What this book contributes to the conversation is specific actions (even scripts) for how to build or regain trust. First, the author pulls apart the broad notion of trust and introduces four critical distinctions that more precisely identify when trust is there and when it's missing. The distinctions are sincerity, reliability, competence, and care. These distinctions then provide a foundation for conversations with teammates for addressing each. The book presents real-world examples of trust breakdowns we can all relate to, and then goes on to describe dialogs one can have with work colleagues for dealing with the specific breakdown in a non-judgmental manner. Perhaps the best chapter in the book is the one that deals with confronting distrust by providing practical action steps and scripts that are mature, authentic, and plausible, i.e., I can see myself having these conversations. The book is thin, but thick with value for anyone seeking to improve both their trust in others and other's trust in you.
Rexfire
Charles Feltman offers simple and effective strategies, techniques and advice in this book. Sincerity, reliability, competence and care is key to being trusted and perceived as trustworthy. When we own the time honored quality of trustworthiness, we can succeed in business and life.

Trust is the catalyst of all functional human interaction. When we are untrustworthy, we resort to dysfunctional ways and means of getting what we want and having our needs met.
Being untrustworthy, is a reflection of our own character deficiency, lack of faith in our self and our abilities to succeed.

In today's world, the question on most if not all people's lips is, 'Whom can I trust?'
The individual and or business entity that owns such trust and credibility, will become unimaginably successful in the 21st Century.
Glei
I'm not in the corporate world but I got this book to help understand trust within my close relationships. It was just as applicable, the overall content is universal.
Nakora
I highly recommend this book. It might be called the Thin Book of Trust yet it has all the content one needs to gage one's relationship including your own and be instantly better at trusting and being trusted. I believe it would be great to offer this book when hired anywhere.
Amarin
There are a lot of books on Trust out there, and I've read a lot of them in my research. A comparison may help. I do not wish to disparage any of the other fine tomes out there, which approach the topic of Trust in different and powerful ways. But one thing Feltman's title has going for it is that the reader does not need to slog through endless chapters on the research, the studies, the data, and the proof. Another distinction is that he ties Trust to the heart. His four dimensions of Trust are Sincerity, Reliability, Competence, and CARE -- the human connection that is so vitally important. While executives are often very smart and book smart, the reality is that for many of them, reading a book is a luxury of time that they do not have. But this book can be easily read in a short time -- under an hour -- and so I've found that even busy leaders will commit the time to read it. And in the end, it's the accessibility that makes it so good.
Najinn
Critical topic well explored and explained. There is a nice balance of both the dynamics/rules of trust and illustrations by which to apply them constructively. I found his breakdown of the elements of trust especially useful, as were has suggestions for dealing with people whose trust Is in question.
We all go through life trusting others and earning the trust of others. Trust provides the foundation for success, joy and meaning in our personal and professional lives. "The Thin Book of Trust" by Charles Feltman is a valuable resource that deals with trust in action terms. As we all know from experience, `having work relationships built on trust allows us to get better, faster results, with less stress.' Feltman's book provides a practical guide for building and sustaining such relationships based on trust.

Feltman offers a framework for earning the trust of others, restoring trust when it is broken and confronting issues of distrust in a constructive way. He tells us about four distinctions of trust: sincerity, reliability, competence and care. We build trust by working on these four aspects. We can deal with most issues of distrust if we learn to carry out our dialogues based on the four distinctions rather than umbrella terms that label someone as "untrustworthy."

There are a number of sample conversations in the book based on real situations at the workplace. Most of the readers would be able to identify occasions when they have been in such situations. The book has not only clarified certain concepts for me, but also given me the confidence that building trust is very much dependent on what I say and do. It also teaches me constructive ways to deal with issues of distrust. I recommend the book without hesitation.
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