Ever get that feeling at work where someone or something just doesn't seem right with an employee? While the best leadership rule of thumb is to treat staff with respect and you will get respect back, there is one employee just doesn't seem to want to get along. They don't follow your directives because they
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1. TransparencyTransparency in a team definitely builds trust. If everything’s being transparent in the team, the trust with one another will increase.2. Stop the habit of BlamingLet go even if it’s that one team member’s mistake. Stop blaming. Support the person altogether as a team. Work on correcting the mistake—what better way than this to build team trust. Instead of blaming, try to do the next step in finding a solution. Don’t make the person who did a mistake fee ‘left-out.’ It can…