The role of trust, manager-employee relationship, organisation, employees, manager
Trust is known as the psychological state in which a person makes themselves vulnerable to any consequences because they have a positive expectation on their decisions (Robbins & Judge, 2013). Trusting someone means that you are giving a person the right of authority to do something on behalf of you in a particular environment (Robbins & Judge, 2013). This essay will focus mainly on the role of trust in the working environment, more specifically the role it plays in employees and their manager. The stance taken in this essay will show that using trust is a key skill in leadership. This will we accomplished through defining what trust is, its advantages, how it is built and if it has any disadvantages or limitations.
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[...] The relationship is then assessed and trust level will increase if the individual finds a beneficial reason to build it further (Welter, 2012). Then there is the three levels of trust that must be satisfied in order for trust to develop correctly. These are personal trust, collective trust and institutional trust. Personal trust is focused around the individual Welter (2012). These include trust propensity, self-efficacy and values. Life experiences affect the individual's ability to trust others, this is known as trust propensity. [...]
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[...] Institutional trust is related to organisation as a whole Welter (2012). A manager and the employees can only build trust properly if the organisation's values is the same as theirs. This means that the organisation must have a clear outline of how communication is processed Welter (2012). They should also have an appraisal practice which grants employees the chance to nominate a co-worker for good performance. Another key element is having new employees welcomed in a manner that demonstrates them how they are supposed to interact. [...]
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