Forging Trust: Predicting Behavior in an Unpredictable World

  • They adjust to you.
  • They call in favors for you.
  • They share deep secrets.
  • Ask to participate in long term goals.
  • They pay attention to traditions and inclusion.
  • They typically say ”we” instead of “I” or “You”.
  • They speak with specifics.
  • They accept responsibility.
  • They are transparent with shortcomings.
  • Repeated patterns of observed behaviors.
  • They fulfill requests quickly.
  • Their version of events doesn’t change.
  • They live up to their obligations.
  • They seek your thoughts and opinions.
  • They speak in terms of your priorities.
  • They validate you.
  • They give you choices.
  • They are hard to scare.
  • They are impeccably rational.
  • They are happy with themselves.

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TRUST Expert / Keynote Speaker / Executive Coach / Leadership Consultant: Global Behavioral Expert and Master Spy Recruiter

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TRUST Expert / Keynote Speaker / Executive Coach / Leadership Consultant: Global Behavioral Expert and Master Spy Recruiter

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