Every organization needs to be introspective, transparent, and honest with itself. This only works if everyone is unified on the goals and purposes of the organization and there is trust within the team. High-performing, successful organizations build cultures of introspection and trust and never lose sight of their purpose.— Colin Powell
Unexpected Building Trust quotations
Today I will go out with the flow of life and trust the process. I will not stress over things I can't control.
Trust, honesty, humility, transparency and accountability are the building blocks of a positive reputation. Trust is the foundation of any relationship.
A team is not a group of people that work together.
A team is a group of people that trust each other.
To trust God in the light is nothing, but to trust him in the dark, that is faith.
We're building a culture of accountability, trust, and togetherness.
Entitlement will not be tolerated
Trust is knowing that when a team member does push you, they're doing it because they care about the team.
The glue that holds all relationships together ... is trust, and trust is based on integrity.
You can't build a reputation on what you are going to do.
The leaders who work most effectively, it seems to me, never say 'I'.
They don't think 'I'. They think 'we'; they think 'team'.
Remember teamwork begins by building trust.
And the only way to do that is to overcome our need for invulnerability.
Accuracy builds credibility.
Your hardest times often lead to the greatest moments of your life. Keep going. Tough situations build strong people in the end.
Many believe effective networking is done face-to-face, building a rapport with someone by looking at them in the eye, leading to a solid connection and foundational trust.
But if we can learn to fall more in love with the Lord and trust Him in the middle of every storm, we build our endurance to keep running the race.
Teamplayer: Once who unites others toward a shared destiny through sharing information and ideas, empowering others and developing trust.
I don't trust words. I trust actions.
I want you to love me. I want you to trust me enough to let me love you, and I want you to stay here with me so we can build a life together. That's what I want
You build trust with others each time you choose integrity over image, truth over convenience, or honor over personal gain.
Any decent society has to be built on trust and love and the intelligent use of information and feelings. Education involves being able to practice those things as you struggle to build a decent society that can be nonviolent.
Trust yourself. You have survived a lot and you will survive whatever is coming.
Trust is a fragile thing - difficult to build, easy to break.
It cannot be bargained for. Only if it is freely given it can be expected in return
Wise men put their trust in ideas and not in circumstances.
I soon discovered that man's importunity is God's opportunity.
he uses our problems as building materials for his miracles. I began to understand that this was my first lesson in learning to trust him completely, my first steps on the path to complete dependence on, and obedience to, his guidance.
Never lie to someone who trusts you and never trust someone who lies to you.
Trust in God. Do your duty. Remember your prayers. Get faith in the Lord, and take hold and build up Zion. All will be right.
Here's something else to think about: calling when you say you're going to is the very first brick in the house you are building of love and trust. If he can't lay this one stupid brick down, you ain't never gonna have a house baby, and it's cold outside.
Team members who are not genuinely open with one another about their mistakes and weaknesses make it impossible to build a foundation for trust.
If you are more fortunate than others, it is better to build a longer table than a taller fence.
When you trust and act on your intuition, you increase your self-esteem, build trust in yourself and experience a profound sense of security that no relationship or amount of money will ever give you.
In a speedy and aggressive culture, we need different principles to live by-bravery and insight. The first moment of bravery is building trust in the mind, which we do in meditation. When we know how to create peace in our own mind, we can transform the world.
Trust is the foundation of real teamwork.
And so the first dysfunction is a failure on the part of team members to understand and open up to one another. And if that sounds touchy-feely, let me explain, because there is nothing soft about it. It is an absolutely critical part of building a team. In fact, it’s probably the most critical.
When your vision is clear have faith and trust yourself even when you don't know where your path is taking you.
Trust grows when babies and mothers establish that they can find each other again after the inevitable moments of losing touch. It is not the goodness of the mother or the relationship per se that is the basis for trust; it is the ability of mother and baby together to repair the breaks in their relationship that builds a safe house for love.
God is building Himself in to us, making Himself part of us as the Word rules, dominates and sanctifies our spirit nature.
Measuring programming progress by lines of code is like measuring aircraft building progress by weight.
When trust is broken, sorry means nothing.
Build a little fence of trust around today; Fill the space with loving deeds, and therein stay.
The process of building trust is an interesting one, but it begins with yourself, with what I call self trust, and with your own credibility, your own trustworthiness. If you think about it, it's hard to establish trust with others if you can't trust yourself.
Any foundation you build, if trust is part of that foundation, whatever you're building, whatever you're creating is gonna have a rock-solid foundation.
It is easier to build up a child than it is to repair and adult.
Building trust is a process. Trust results from consistent and predictable interaction over time.
I doubt that we can ever successfully impose values or attitudes or behaviors on our children certainly not by threat, guilt, or punishment. But I do believe they can be induced through relationships where parents and children are growing together. Such relationships are, I believe, build on trust, example, talk, and caring.
Just think of the trust that often exists in soldiers.
Within their own unit, you could say they have to trust each other. A spirit of camaraderie builds up and, in the end, they will risk their lives for each other. They may even go so far as to dehumanise the other, enemy group - a mechanism you can also observe in chimps.
I don't require lust, sex, or classic beauty;
I require trust, respect, and honesty. All else builds from there.
Through persistence, self-knowledge, prayer, commitment, optimism, a resolute trust in God and the building of your own personal moral strength, you can enjoy the blessings of a deeper faith and face the difficulties of life with courage and confidence.