Focus on Trust While Others Recalculate

June 2007
Fire Chief;Jun2007, Vol. 51 Issue 6, p18
Trade Publication
The focuses on the importance of trust as an essential factor that should be considered by a leader in a certain organization. The author explained that a leader must establish a true sense of trust which comes from a long-term relationship and when honesty prevails between people. He added that trust is essential for the leader who makes an achievable vision with confidence that his members will trust his decision.


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