• 20 Mar
  • By-Pat

Filling the Trust Gap

The video “Filling the Trust Gap” highlights the importance of autonomy and trust in the workplace. It suggests that when employees have the freedom to act independently, it leads to increased well-being and the ability to make the right decisions. This autonomy results in higher performance levels, satisfaction with the work environment, and a stronger commitment to organizational goals.

Conversely, micromanagement and restricted decision-making capabilities can diminish employee initiative and drive. The video stresses that self-respect and self-trust are fundamental to earning the same from colleagues, creating a win-win environment. Teams that operate on mutual respect and trust are more likely to be successful and make positive choices.

Finally, the role of inclusive leadership is discussed, with a focus on how such leaders can foster a sense of purpose and motivation within their teams, ultimately maximizing value for the organization.


0:04 In the workplace.

0:05 When we are able to act with independence in our jobs, we have an increased sense of well being.

0:12 We trust ourselves and those around us to make the right decisions.

0:16 As a result, we become high performers satisfied with our work environment and committed to the vision and goals of the organization we work for.

0:25 Conversely, when we are micromanaged and have limited decision making authority, we lose our drive and initiative, having respect and trust in ourselves is the first step in gaining respect and trust from others.

0:40 When our teams share mutual respect and trust, we have an environment in which everyone can be a winner by trusting others to make good choices in the workplace.

0:51 Inclusive leaders can instill a sense of purpose and motivation in their team to maximize value.