"Leadership and the Issue of Trust"
Author: Christenson, James E.
Published In: Facilities Manager
Date: September/October 2002
To be worthy of trust, a leader must, as a minimum, have integrity and competence. If people really trust a leader, they are willing to put their jobs and sometimes their lives at risk to support that leader, confident she or he is leading them in the right direction and supporting their efforts. Discusses essential beliefs in Leading Without Power by Max DePree and other insights on leadership and trust.
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