By Richard Fagerlin
For those reasons and more, I wish I had written this book. The author takes an important topic and teaches it in a very accessible and conversational way. Not only is it easy to read, it is quick and fun.
The book is in three parts:
Trustology 101 – Trust Starts Here (a section all about our role in all of this)
Trustology 201 – Building Trust With Others (a section about exactly what is says)
Trustology 301 – Leading High Trust Teams (a section about the leader’s role in making this all work at work)
The first two sections could be read by everyone, and I believe if we did a better job of teaching these principles, the third section wouldn’t be as necessary in the world. But because most people don’t understand (or execute) the principles in the first two sections, the third is critically important.
This is a book I wish I had written – when we apply what it teaches, we will have more trust and less conflict in our relationships.
I hope you will trust me enough to buy a copy. Once you read it, I’m guessing you will be buying more for your organization.