Part 2 of 2 capstone episodes on System Trust Issues. Click for the first episode: Compromising Trust. New
What are some proactive steps you can take to foster system trust? What changes do you and your headmates need to make to be more trust-worthy? How do you gain trust rather than lose it? Topics include: Locus of Control, Attitude Adjustments, Role-Modeling Behavior, Firm Internal Discipline and Enforcement, How to become more Trustworthy, Ownership (vs. buy-in).
Trigger warning: Please don't listen while driving and perhaps listen with a good friend and as usual listening could always trigger something for you. It's always possible others in your head are interested, so a little tip: Listen with the intent for everyone in your system to be able to hear it too: put it on an internal loudspeaker, so that they don't need to front to hear.
System Trust Issues foundation concepts:
- Panic Reactions: 8 Important F-Words (012) - http://www.kinhost.org/wiki/ManyMinds/ManyMinds012PanicReactions
- Boundaries and Empathy (011) - http://www.kinhost.org/wiki/ManyMinds/ManyMinds011BoundariesAndEmpathy
- As Inside, So Outside (and vice versa) (010) - http://www.kinhost.org/wiki/ManyMinds/ManyMinds010AsInsideSoOutside
- Welcome to DID: We Are Not Your Enemy (009) - http://www.kinhost.org/wiki/ManyMinds/ManyMinds009WelcomeToDIDWeAreNotTheEnemy
- United Front Boot Camp (blog) http://thecrissinglink.com/Main/BootCamp
- The Crissing Link Series (books) http://thecrissinglink.com/Main/Books
- United Front (the book) http://thecrissinglink.com/Main/UnitedFront
- United Front (ebook, in progress) http://leanpub.com/unitedfront
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