Carol Kardas Contributes to Readers Digest’s “8 Ways to Build Trust with Your Coworkers”
July 20, 2021

Set an example

Employees should model the behavior that they seek from others, says Carol L. Kardas, SPHR, CCP, SHRM-SCP, founding partner with KardasLarson, a human resources consulting firm in Glastonbury, Connecticut. This means listen and consider others’ ideas with an open mind; focus on the issues at hand and don’t dwell on personalities; and be respectful of all employees. To that end, the Washington Post explains the pivotal role for success by example in a recent article. “The leader has to serve as a role model. He or she has to be seen as credible (i.e., doing what he/she says they will do, keeping commitments, keeping confidential information private and not talking badly about employees in front of others).”

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