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I like the first part of Gregory Currie's answer. Managers do not decide that their approach will be to be untrustworthy. The main reasons why I think this happens differ though. The first cause is short term thinking. You would think a manager should be the most likely to be able to plan long term but many do not and why would they when so many companies (...


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Before I got into leadership, I agreed with your assessment. I used to think that how it should work is, if my manager sees I excel in 2 or 3 things, that I will get promoted. And I eventually did, but I was years behind those with more outgoing personalities that asked those kinds of questions or who at that times possessed other skills. However, I'm a bit ...


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It's not like a manager sits down and thinks "I think being untrustworthy is going to give good results. If that doesn't work, I'll try my other idea: honesty." Trust, or lack thereof, is formed from actions purely made for other reasons. It's a consequence, rather than a cause of action. Though some managers will sometimes act to not erode trust, ...


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