Team-Trust Snapshot
Where is your team at right now in its journey to becoming a 'high-trust environment'?
Team-Trust
During crises and beyond, our ability to achieve is highly impacted by our team's ability to generate a high-trust environment.

Self-assessments are by definition SELF-assessments, so your FEELINGS about how your own team is doing on the trust front might be interesting but they're a fraction of the picture. How can you better assess the current state of trust, determine where it should be, AND get yourself from A to B? It's especially critical for remote teams who are separated by geography and schedule.

For each of the following 15 characteristics of a high-trust team, write how you would rate your own capacity (scale of 1-10), and also how you actually demonstrate it (or not). Also write how you rate your team's capacity and how they demonstrate it. (Or not). This is not an online automatically calculated survey that results in a database-generated reports and scores. It's a worksheet that is the start of a plan to work with your team collaboratively to generate greater trust from whatever your starting point happens to be.

This is one of the personal and professional effectiveness topics I coach online in highly interactive sessions with practical takeaways. Complete this assessment. Perhaps share it with your team. Let me know if you need a hand moving forward with what you find out and any gaps. terry@terrywiliams.info .
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Managing expectations
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Establishing and respecting boundaries
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Delegating appropriately and respectfully
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Keeping agreements
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Being consistent
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Acknowledging others' abilities and contributions
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Allowing autonomy and discretion within parameters
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Involving others and seeking genuine input
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Helping others develop personally and professionally
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Sharing information and resources
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Telling the truth, openness, and transparency
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Admitting mistakes and seeking solutions and mitigation, rather than blame
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2-Way constructive feedback
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Maintaining privacy and confidentiality
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Speaking with good purpose
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