Building Trust

Updated: Sep 16, 2020

Trust is an emotion more than a feeling; a confusion more than a straight talk; a commotion more than just restfulness. The first sentence of an employee in the interview or on his first day- the introversion or outspokenness shown or what his resume speaks, is the first impression really the best impression? It really is not a big deal to trust, being one of the most important virtues of human relations. Even though it comes quite naturally to us, there always remains a tussle to trust or not.

We are so afraid of the betrayal and what follows that it takes a lot of resistance initially and to protect ourselves we even try to pretend to trust.

With time we develop more trust. Each project that we do together, the more we share, the more ups and downs we face together, each situation impacts. But, here is the catch, the downs especially. When we had been growing together, learning together, getting appreciated together, evidently the trust factor goes up; the moment one goes the other way, we start losing the trust, even though many other factors must have played the role. Is this not everyone’s story??? Two people working together in a corporate, start with full enthusiasm and when both are at the same level, it does not matter. A lot of times, especially when there is a conflict of interest during the appraisal period, or when one gets more appreciated than the other when there