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Credibility and You

No matter what industry you work in, one thing remains the same, every employer wants the best employees who are trustworthy and valuable. With every relationship, whether it be personal or professional, gaining trust and credibility in others is crucial for the relationship to grow and be successful and happy.

In the workplace, consistency in your behavior and productivity are the keys to becoming more credible and valuable.

So how do you achieve this?

01. Keep your word
02. Take ownership for the good and the bad
03. Document and present your achievements
04. Do you keep a log of all your achievements at work? If not, start now!
05. Ensure you capture the following information (at a minimum):
06. Inspiring Trust in Others
07. Ensure that you build credibility on firm foundations.

Think about a time when you worked under a leader who had credibility. Chances are that she energized and excited her entire team. You knew that she would do the right things for the right reasons, and you trusted her judgment.

Credible leaders attract enthusiastic and committed followers, and people want to work for them. But credibility is important in many areas, not just in leadership roles.

For instance, sales professionals need credibility to be successful – people do not want to buy from someone they don't trust, or from a person who doesn't know about his product.

You also need credibility when you give presentations, deliver training, and sell your ideas. It is the reason why being credible is so important for a successful career.

People trust what they can see. When you're open and honest, others don't have to guess what your motivations or intentions are.

Keep this in mind when you interact with your clients, team, or suppliers. You inspire trust when you talk openly about your intentions, values, and goals.

Come to work well-dressed. It might seem like a small matter, but how you present yourself says a lot about who you are and how you feel about yourself. When you dress in a professional and appropriate manner, you'll likely find that your self-confidence and self-respect get a boost as well.

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