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Trust: Assured reliance on the character, ability, strength, or truth of someone or something; one in which confidence is placed That is the official definition of trust. In the workplace, it is a way of thinking about managers and coworkers, and the way of thinking drives employee behaviors. The implication for employee, management and organizational success is that the level of trust employees have in their supervisors and managers influences everything from the organization's culture to the ability of managers to motivate and retain employees. In fact, the 2019 Trust Edge Leadership Institute found that 85 percent of people believe a high-trust work environment helps them perform at their best.
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