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How to build trust with colleagues you rarely see

from Harvard Business Review

When you exchange pleasantries with a co-worker in the elevator, the two of you are building trust. When you stop by a colleague's office and see their family photographs on a desk, you learn about that person's life outside the office and, as a result, usually feel closer. Face-to-face meetings, office parties, and opportunities to socialize together after working hours can all contribute to the feeling that your fellow employees will be reliable in what they say and do and that they will act for the good of the team and the organization. You believe they are trustworthy because you've developed this feeling over time. more


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