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Leaders and How to Trust Enough!

by Tom James on 09/19/19

There is a wonderful line from Lao-tzu, "He who does not trust enough will not be trusted."
What Wisdom!
What causes "trust enough" to develop in some leaders and lack of trust to develop in other leaders. 
A leader seeks to develop the "servant leader" concept and the virtues of humility and understanding. He strives to develop the habit of being a good listener. He is patient with other persons faults. He considers himself part of a team with shared responsibilities and shared credit for success.
A trusting leaders seek to praise the good rather than condemn faults. He is swift to reward, and discerning with punishment. He loves rather than hate; he uplifts rather than use and gives rather than takes.

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