How Trustworthy Are You?

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Which of the following is NOT a component of cognitive trust?

Emotion

What is dispositional trust?

A person's baseline level of trust in others

What can you do to build up cognitive trust?

Find new ways to showcase your work

What can drain your trust bank account?

Serious mistakes

Trust is not important in business.

False

Cognitive trust is earned from competence, intent, and integrity.

True

Building trust in all ways can be done quickly and easily.

False

  • Your decisions about whom to trust are affected by how confident you are in someone, as well as what you know about them and your ______ with them.

experiences

  • Dispositional trust is a person's baseline level of trust in others, and it's tied to an idea called ______ aversion, or how much you avoid ______s.

risk

  • Improving your reputation adds Idiosyncrasy credits to your trust bank account, but mistakes can ______ it.

drain

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Building Trust in Business

  • Trust is a fundamental concept in business that forms the basis for reputation, which is the foundation of working relationships, promotions, and job offers.
  • Your decisions about whom to trust are affected by how confident you are in someone, as well as what you know about them and your experiences with them.
  • Cognitive trust, dispositional trust, and emotional trust blend together to form a picture of how trustworthy someone actually is.
  • Cognitive trust involves rational reasons for trusting or not trusting someone and is earned from competence, intent, and integrity.
  • To build up cognitive trust, you can focus on demonstrating what you can do, honing your skills, acknowledging your shortcomings, finding new ways to showcase your work, or taking classes to build skills.
  • Dispositional trust is a person's baseline level of trust in others, and it's tied to an idea called risk aversion, or how much you avoid risks.
  • Trust also depends on the circumstance, and a competence or intent mismatch can affect trust.
  • Building trust in all these ways can take time and effort, so it's important to protect your reputation and act professionally in all your jobs.
  • Improving your reputation adds Idiosyncrasy credits to your trust bank account, but mistakes can drain it.
  • Serious mistakes can quickly drain your account, while smaller mistakes can be built back up with patience, time, and careful attention to spending.
  • Cognitive and dispositional trust are just part of the puzzle, and emotions can influence trust.
  • Understanding and building trust is necessary in the business world to succeed on your own terms and identify what works best for you.

Building Trust in Business

  • Trust is a fundamental concept in business that forms the basis for reputation, which is the foundation of working relationships, promotions, and job offers.
  • Your decisions about whom to trust are affected by how confident you are in someone, as well as what you know about them and your experiences with them.
  • Cognitive trust, dispositional trust, and emotional trust blend together to form a picture of how trustworthy someone actually is.
  • Cognitive trust involves rational reasons for trusting or not trusting someone and is earned from competence, intent, and integrity.
  • To build up cognitive trust, you can focus on demonstrating what you can do, honing your skills, acknowledging your shortcomings, finding new ways to showcase your work, or taking classes to build skills.
  • Dispositional trust is a person's baseline level of trust in others, and it's tied to an idea called risk aversion, or how much you avoid risks.
  • Trust also depends on the circumstance, and a competence or intent mismatch can affect trust.
  • Building trust in all these ways can take time and effort, so it's important to protect your reputation and act professionally in all your jobs.
  • Improving your reputation adds Idiosyncrasy credits to your trust bank account, but mistakes can drain it.
  • Serious mistakes can quickly drain your account, while smaller mistakes can be built back up with patience, time, and careful attention to spending.
  • Cognitive and dispositional trust are just part of the puzzle, and emotions can influence trust.
  • Understanding and building trust is necessary in the business world to succeed on your own terms and identify what works best for you.

Building Trust in Business

  • Trust is a fundamental concept in business that forms the basis for reputation, which is the foundation of working relationships, promotions, and job offers.
  • Your decisions about whom to trust are affected by how confident you are in someone, as well as what you know about them and your experiences with them.
  • Cognitive trust, dispositional trust, and emotional trust blend together to form a picture of how trustworthy someone actually is.
  • Cognitive trust involves rational reasons for trusting or not trusting someone and is earned from competence, intent, and integrity.
  • To build up cognitive trust, you can focus on demonstrating what you can do, honing your skills, acknowledging your shortcomings, finding new ways to showcase your work, or taking classes to build skills.
  • Dispositional trust is a person's baseline level of trust in others, and it's tied to an idea called risk aversion, or how much you avoid risks.
  • Trust also depends on the circumstance, and a competence or intent mismatch can affect trust.
  • Building trust in all these ways can take time and effort, so it's important to protect your reputation and act professionally in all your jobs.
  • Improving your reputation adds Idiosyncrasy credits to your trust bank account, but mistakes can drain it.
  • Serious mistakes can quickly drain your account, while smaller mistakes can be built back up with patience, time, and careful attention to spending.
  • Cognitive and dispositional trust are just part of the puzzle, and emotions can influence trust.
  • Understanding and building trust is necessary in the business world to succeed on your own terms and identify what works best for you.

Building trust is crucial in any business, but it takes time and effort to establish. This quiz will test your knowledge of the different types of trust, how they are earned, and how they affect your reputation. Learn about cognitive, dispositional, and emotional trust, and get tips on how to build up your trust bank account. Take this quiz to find out how trustworthy you are and how you can improve your reputation in the business world.

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