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Discussion Board Four By Darren Nussel
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The Trusted Leader In today’s business world trust has become somewhat of a rare commodity. Take Enron for example where executives betrayed their employees and left corporate America with a bitter taste in their mouth. God is very specific when it comes to trust. In leadership He commands, “But select capable men from all the people—men who fear God, trustworthy men who hate dishonest gain—and appoint them as officials over thousands, hundreds, fifties and tens, (Exodus 18:20-22, NIV). Three Categories of Trust Galford and Drapeau (2002) identified three categories of trust within an organization: Strategic Trust; Organizational Trust; and Personal Trust, (para 2). The first category is Strategic Trust . In order for employees to build trust they must rely on instinct to establish strategic trust. Their sixth sense kicks in to guide them in their ability to reason with their gut feeling and intuition to weigh out the foreseeable future of the success of a company.
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