Ten ways to... be a trusted leader

How can you make sure that the people you manage trust you?

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Last Updated: 31 Aug 2010

Be seen, be heard - and listen
Muck in from time to time
Be honest
Deliver bad news in person
Be consistent in your decisions
Don't have favourites
Praise when praise is due
Keep your promises
Admit your mistakes...
... but don't make too many of them

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