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3 Ways to Build Trust in your Team Starting Today

3 Ways to Build Trust in your Team Starting Today
By lucianohgo • Issue #25 • View online

Hey there and a warm welcome to my 25th issue 🥳.
This issue is dedicated to a subject I love and have written in the past about, Trust. I remember reading on The Effective Manager for the first time that “Trust” was the key defining aspect of effective teams and how surprised I was. At the time, if you asked me my answer would be around talent, innovation, operational excellence, all answers from an immature engineer who overvalued myself and didn’t fully comprehend the impact of trusting teams and vulnerability. Now, upon reflection on past experiences and after helping teams develop trust and seeing its impact, I have zero doubt that trust is the most important thing in collaborative teams. So let’s learn some more about trust? If you’re feeling more trusting, knowledgeable or even charitable by the end of this issue, make sure to share it and let more people know about the wonders of trust 🤘🏾
Original Content
3 Ways to Build Trust in A Team
Great content on the Subject
Trust: does it impact team performance... or not? • ScienceForWork
Absence of Trust Pat Lencioni
From Social Media
Sahil Bloom
Humans are born with astonishing curiosity.

But somewhere along the way, we are told to stop asking questions.

THREAD: Using the Socratic Method to reclaim your curiosity, stimulate critical thinking, and establish first principles:
Peter Yang
Be careful pursuing a job just because everyone else wants it.

The worst job that I ever had featured black car service and $80 steak dinners in NYC:
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Weekly, I write and explore topics on Building a Career in Tech, Leadership, and Creating awesome User Experiences. I'm a Senior Software Engineering Manager at QuintoAndar a (very) fast-growing Startup in Brazil. I was a partner in a Software House in the past, worked at AWS, and learned a lot from great leaders and peers along the way. I tap on that experience to decide topics, research them weekly and compile what I've learned so you can avoid making some of the mistakes that I did.

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