If you want to build trust and credibility with your customers, and hold on to them for life, follow these 10 important tips:
Avoid selling a solution that isn’t in the customer’s best interest. …Never misrepresent the features, advantages and benefits of a product or service. …Don’t promise anything you can’t deliver.
How do you get trust back in a relationship?
Here are some tips to keep in mind:
Communication should be open. Healthy communication is important in any relationship, but especially after trust has been broken. …Be on the same team. …Stay “present-oriented.” …Trust yourself. …If You’re the One Who Cheated.Take responsibility. …Keep promises. …Give your partner space.
How do you build trust with your team?
Strategies for Building Trust
Lead by Example. If you want to build trust within your team, then lead by example , and show your people that you trust others. …Communicate Openly. Open communication is essential for building trust. …Know Each Other Personally. …Don’t Place Blame. …Discourage Cliques. …Discuss Trust Issues.
How can you trust someone who has hurt you?
Below I share how to forgive someone who has hurt you in 15 steps:
Step 1: Move On to the Next Act. …Step 2: Reconnect to Spirit. …Step 3: Don’t Go to Sleep Angry. …Step 4: Switch the Focus from Blaming Others to Understanding Yourself. …Step 5: Avoid Telling People What to Do. …Step 6: Learn to Let Go and Be Like Water.
How to reach your full potential?
To reach your potential, Kaplan suggests taking a deeply personal look at how you define success: Begin by recognizing that managing your career is your responsibility. Then, follow these three steps: Know yourself by identifying your strengths and weaknesses and the activities you truly enjoy doing.
“You must first Show Them what you want and how they are not measuring up.Then, you must Show Them What to Do if you want to get them out of their rut.Once that has occurred you need to Give Them Time to get there before any other decisions are made.”
I felt like this was good counsel.
In reverse it sounds like this.
If you have an employee that just isn’t meeting your expectations…If you do not show them what your expectations are…If you do not show them what to do to get where you want to go…And If you have not given them time to make the changes…Then you have not helped them become who they are supposed to be.
When you get good at showing, helping and giving time then you will become quite good at knowing when someone will respond to you and when they won’t. I think it will even help you exceed your expectations for yourself.