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  • Andy Robinson

Keep Confidences and Avoid Gossip

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As you entrust yourself to others, you’ll find that people will “open up” to you more — sharing personal information and details about their lives outside of work. They’ll share confidential information — without necessarily identifying it (or calling it) confidential information. They trust you, and sometimes just need someone to listen to what they have to say — knowing or believing that what they tell you is strictly between you and them.

Keep confidential information to yourself — respect the privacy of others; respect the trust they’ve place in you; respect the relationship you have with them. Refrain from gossiping or sharing the information with others.

How trustworthy are you? Be a role-model for keeping confidences.

All the best to you!

Andy Robinson

Executive Coach Executive Success Partners… A Service Offering of CRG Leadership Institute LLC 239-285-5575

“Helping high-performing executives and business leaders maximize their influence and impact.”

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