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Mutual trust in the workplace.. The path to efficiency and productivity

Mutual trust in the workplace
Mutual trust in the workplace


Mutual trust between employees, managers and team members is the first and fundamental building block of any success, without which the organization will falter.


There are a lot of reasons why trust is so important in the administrative literature these days, especially after the coronavirus pandemic, and many companies are laying off large numbers of employees.


But that mutual trust was not so good before the pandemic: according to Edelman's “Trust Barometer,” a survey of 33,000 people in 28 countries, one in three people does not trust their employer, 64% of executives trust their organizations, and only 51% of managers and 48% of other employees trust their organizations.


These figures reveal a correlation of another kind: that confidence is influenced by an individual's position on the career ladder, and by their position in the company, but that is a point that is out of the context of our interest in the next article.




The importance of mutual trust 


One can discover the importance of mutual trust between employees and managers in the work environment if one considers its absence, What do you think of employees who do not trust their managers, their skill and their ability to make wise and appropriate decisions?

Do you think that a manager who is not confident in his staff will be able to achieve any significant success for his organization?! The first duty of managers is to build trust between them and their employees, as well as to strengthen the trust of employees in the organization for which they work, so success will be an ally for all.

"ExplanationsPro" monitors the most important features of mutual trust in the work environment as follows..

Promoting teamwork


There will be no opportunity for collective action as well as his success than those without mutual trust; if team members trust each other they will not be convinced that his colleague will functions mandated optimally.


Not only that, but teamwork will turn into just a routine ritual in which there is no place for creativity and the free circulation of opinions and ideas, otherwise how can people openly talk about their ideas in a medium where they do not trust their people?!


If intensive communication and collaboration between colleagues is ongoing, opening all communication channels is the first step towards building mutual trust between employees and themselves and between them and their managers.



Regulatory compliance


When employees trust their employers they are more likely to work together to achieve the same ultimate business goals.


In institutions with high levels of mutual trust, there will be no opportunities for unrest and conflict, and New decisions will proceed smoothly, and their implementation will begin once they are approved and approved; because employees trust their managers and institutions, and they are also convinced that these decisions will only serve the benefit of all.


Mutual trust not only helps the institution to meet its goals and achieve its grand ambitions, but it can do so easily and easily; everyone is at the heart of one man.


Mutual trust in the workplace.. The path to efficiency and productivity
Mutual trust in the workplace.. The path to efficiency and productivity


Efficiency and productivity


Perhaps the most prominent manifestation of mutual trust is the raising of efficiency and productivity rates; as long as the basis here is trust, no individual will spare any effort in carrying out the tasks and roles assigned to him optimally, and no one of the employees and managers alike will stop proposing ways that will work to raise the rate of production, facilitate work,


Research shows that highly reliable workplaces enjoy: 50% more employee productivity, 106% more energy at work, 13% fewer sick days.


Indeed, the importance of mutual trust lies not only in this, but in the fact that it is an ideal expression of a healthy working environment in which everyone plays one melody and collaborates to achieve one goal.


Unfortunately, and rightly so, there is a long and erroneous history of practice that destroys mutual trust; employees do not trust managers because they have worked in other institutions with bad managers, or their institutions have been unfair and unjust.


Such practices make building mutual trust a difficult and time-consuming issue, but, despite this, we are not required to do so; how can Success be achieved in an institution whose members do not trust each other?!


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