Organisms and Templates of Trust
10 Jul, 2020

Continuing the series.

  • Trustful Hires. Hiring with the idea that people are a commodity and/or game theory (they’ll try and get as much from you for as little as possible) merely dooms you to that reality.
  • Safety. It’s not safe to be yourself or effective anymore when rewards aren’t associated with goal achievement. (I’m looking at you Government, McKinsey, and every waterscrumfall team on this earth measuring sprint points)
  • Five Dysfunctions. I can’t say it better than Lencioni. Tackling these are a crucial template for trust.
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  • Radical Candor. Same with this one. The image says it all.
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