Trust requires accountability, and that accountability is displayed when expectations align with values and people are encouraged to do the right thing rather than threatened with punishment, writes Linda Fisher Thornton. "Telling people to always do the right thing, and then asking them to meet impossible sales goals is asking for trouble," Thornton writes.
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