Trust is the firm belief in the reliability, truth, ability, or strength of someone or something. It comes from a close and positive relationship in which the parties understand each other, their feelings / ideas, and communicate well.
People tend to listen to those they like. People tend to interact (do business) with those they trust.
When we have strong trust and rapport, people:
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This workshop will help you differentiate yourself and stand out in a crowd. Use this learning experience as a springboard to practice the principles of building trust and rapport so that you may become an even better person and develop more meaningful relationships.
I am so impressed with your presentation skills. Please use me for any references. I’m more than happy to sing your praises!Barbara Ann Dillon, Director of Human Resources & AdministrationLong Island Power Authority