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How to Build Trust to Empower Relations

By  Junaid Tahir During my recent training on Management, the course of discussion slightly moved to the subject of Building Trust. Our trai...




By Junaid Tahir

During my recent training on Management, the course of discussion slightly moved to the subject of Building Trust. Our trainer (my mentor as well) drew our attention to some important aspects of building trust. Since the idea of writing this article originated during the training, I dedicate this article to my teacher, Georgie Collis, as she sowed the seed in my brain to produce this article.



So, before we go into the details on how to develop trust, let us understand what Trust is.
Trust is the permanent certainty and confident expectation from someone for something. Lack of trust might lead to shattered relations so Trust is the most critical ingredient for strong relationship; the relation which can either be between Husband-Wife, Boss-Employee, Father-Son, Brother-Sister, supplier-customer and so on.


Here are some recommended behaviors which you need to demonstrate in order to develop trust:
1-    Being Responsible: ensure you are performing your day-to-day responsibilities and meeting the short-term and long term expectations by your dependents.

2-   Listen: Listen, Listen, Listen. God has given you two ears and one tongue so you listen more and speak less. Effective Listening is a skill; develop this habit. 

3-   Being Truthful: Be honest and fair. Don't deceive someone. Remember the fact that building trust is tough but it takes seconds to have scratches-in-the-jewel which usually is very hard to recover.

4-   Keeping Promise: Your promise is your commitment with someone to do something, so don't break at any cost. In case you couldn't meet your promise, there is always a door for dialogue for reconsideration of things. In the case of dialogues be fair, be truthful and be open. Confess the shortcomings on your end.

5-   Consistent behavior: the ever changing attitude is an indication of your non-predictive personality which is an antitrust drive. So be consistent in what you speak and what you do.  

6-   Apologizing behavior: Sorry is the best medicine for healing relationship complications. In fact, Sorry and Thanks are the two golden words which my Kindergarten going son has refreshed for me which he learnt from school. Use them often and you will see massive improvements in your daily life.