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    Harvard Business Review Online | The Enemies of Trust Page 1 of 9 Purchase products from: >| http://www.hbsp.org The Enemies of Trust You’re honest‚ straightforward‚ and competent. So why don’t your people trust you? by Robert Galford and Anne Seibold Drapeau Robert Galford is a managing partner of the Center for Executive Development in Boston and has taught in executive education programs at Harvard‚ Columbia‚ and Northwestern. Anne Seibold Drapeau is the chief people officer

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    What Is Trust To Me? A trustworthy person is a valuable and reliable person. They will not lie‚ steal‚ cheat‚ lose devotion in something‚ or turn their back on you over trivial matters. Doing all of these things can build an excellent reputation for yourself‚ and people will admire you. Then people will have more respect for you. Being reliable‚ honest‚ loyal‚ and having integrity will boost your self morale‚ while making you appear a person of high quality. A trustworthy person will be dependable

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    Trust is the very thing that everybody in this world desires‚ or at least should desire from one another. Who wants to have a friendship or relationship without trust? Nobody does. Without trust‚ there is no friendship‚ and without friendship‚ there is no love. I believe that trust is an even greater compliment than to be loved! I believe George Macdonald said it best when he stated "To be trusted is a greater compliment than to be loved." When I read this quote for the first time‚ I thought to myself

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    there are two issues in this appeal. The first is concerned with the nature of the so-­called “Quistclose trust” and the requirements for its creation. The second arises only if the first is answered adversely to the appellant. It is whether his conduct renders him liable for having assisted in a breach of trust.” Lord Millett in Twinsectra Ltd v Yardley and Others [2002] 2 AC 164 at paragraph 52. Critically

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    that can lead to someone getting offended. It seems that in everyday life there is something someone can always lie about. In my opinion‚ I think lying is wrong and that people should always tell the truth‚ because everyone you come into contact will trust you. If you do lie‚ the truth will eventually come out‚ and if you do not lie you will have a clean conscious. Lying does not do you or anyone else any good; it does not resolve anything. Perhaps at first if you are a good liar

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    place your trust in certain key personnel" Introduction Within any organisation a high level of trust has traditionally been placed in management and key personnel. This has led to some quite public failures in corporate governance and internal controls – Enron‚ WorldCom‚ HIH insurance etc… A lack of effective personnel controls can lead to a multitude of organisation problems such as fraud‚ theft‚ excessive costs and poor management decisions. The solution therefore is not to trust the key

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    Definition of the Word Trust A paper submitted to Webber International University in partial fulfillment For the Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration By: Maura Matter Date: February 11‚ 2013 Course: English 111-3 Semester: Spring 2013 Instructor: Dr. Pat Nickell Word Count: 777 When you think of a very special quality everyone should have‚ trust is the first thing that comes to my mind. Being able to trust someone is very important. We have to trust people in our lives

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    Definition Essay-Trust

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    Trust The word trust in the dictionary is defined as being “a) firm belief in the honesty‚ reliability‚ etc. of another; faith” I agree 100%; however‚ in my experience‚ it can be quite difficult to hold onto. Just when you think you have it‚ it slips right through your fingers. Trust can be like a blanket fresh from the dryer; warm and cozy‚ or it can be frigid and harsh; like a blizzard in the dead of winter. In some instances‚ it may not exist at all. When I was younger‚ back in grade school

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    The Definition of a Trust trusts is a device in which rights (personal or proprietary) are held by one person on behalf of another some trusts are created by court. These are constructive trusts. person creating the trust: settlor person holding rights: trustee person for whom those rights are held: beneficiary Lord Coke’s Definition "a confidence reposed in some other‚ not issuing out of land but as a thing collateral thereto‚ annexed in privity to the estate of the land‚ and to the person

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    Relevant Basic Definitions Trust is defined as an equitable obligation‚ binding a trustee to deal with property over which he/she has control for the benefits of beneficiaries. A trustee could be a beneficiary as long as he/she is not the only one. Trustee is the person who is the legal owner and controller of the trust property. The trustee‚ who is usually appointed in the trust deed‚ manages the trust on behalf of the beneficiaries and is held accountable by being subject to fiduciary duties.

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