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Jan 30, 2020

On this episode of The Alliance Activity podcast, Andy Albright drives deep to discuss the importance of belonging with others because of your 'why.'

Leading With Your Why: The Emergence of Trust

With trust comes a sense of value; real value, not just values equated with money. Value is the transference of trust. You earn trust by communicating and demonstrating that you share the same values and beliefs. You have to talk about your why and prove it with what you do. 

Why is just a belief, HOWs are the actions we take to realize that belief, and WHATs are the results of those actions. When all three are in balance, trust is built and value is perceived. The why and the what make up the ends of a SeeSaw, with trust being the single pivot point. The HOWs with their two types of actions (values vs. convictions) drive the weight of the two ends in and out of balance.

 

WHY people who respond to praise should lead off with expectations.

EXAMPLE: People that need constant love and attention should start their conversations off with expectations that they need from people, then move to giving praise to people.

Set expectations first and then offer praise at the end. If they don’t, the front end is overloading with love and praise and the message of the expectations is lost.

WHAT people who respond to expectations should lead off with praise.

EXAMPLE: People who have high expectations should lead off conversations with love, support, compassion and praise before they get down and dirty with what they expect of people.

When you don’t offer support early in a conversation, people often shut down before they realize what is expected.

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