Rules for Deciding Who to Trust
By Maribeth Vander Weele
One of the most difficult aspects of leadership is deciding who to trust. When a confidante has a dark agenda, misplaced trust can have incalculable ramifications: lost revenue, lost reputation, and lost morale. To navigate a complicated web of advice and agendas, leaders need more than just gut instinct. Good judgment requires developing a framework for decision-making based on intuition and logic, grounded in facts.
- In Leadership