Two Types Of Trust On Teams

Trust makes a massive difference on the performance of teams. And that fact has been found in research on teamwork over and over. For example, a 2011 study of nearly 200 teams from the United States and Hong Kong, found that when trust went up, so did performance.

In a way, trust on teams acts as a social lubricant. When teams trust each other, the social frictions are reduced, which makes it easier to collaborate…

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Author of LEADING FROM ANYWHERE | Keynote Speaker | Organizational Psychologist | Thinkers50 Ranked Thought Leader | davidburkus.com/social

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David Burkus

David Burkus

Author of LEADING FROM ANYWHERE | Keynote Speaker | Organizational Psychologist | Thinkers50 Ranked Thought Leader | davidburkus.com/social