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Leadership

Building trust in the workplace Logo aicpa

  Lea Hart |   Free |   AICPA |   06 Sep 2016 |   CPA Insider

Trust within an organization is essential to its success, but trust isn't a given. This article discusses a recent research report and provides tips to build trust.

Topics covered:
  • Management accounting: Leadership: Team building, Intermediate
  • Employee benefit plan auditing: Leadership: Team building, Intermediate
  • Governmental auditing: Leadership: Team building, Intermediate
  • Financial accounting & reporting: Leadership: Team building, Intermediate
  • Assurance: Leadership: Team building, Intermediate
  • Not-for-profit: Leadership: Team building, Intermediate
  • IT management & assurance: Leadership: Team building, Intermediate
  • Firm practice management: Leadership: Team building, Intermediate
  • Tax: Leadership: Team building, Intermediate
  • Forensic & valuation services: Leadership: Team building, Intermediate
  • Fair value measurement: Leadership: Team building, Intermediate
  • Personal financial planning: Leadership: Team building, Intermediate

3 Comments/Reflections

Catherine Warren

Catherine Warren Oct 2016

Kamfwa Mulenga

Kamfwa Mulenga Oct 2016

I found this article very enlightening and could relate very well with aspects of transparency, communication and fairness as being key to building trust.

When looking at trust in an organisation I was previously more inclined to only think about employees trusting the organisation/employer. Reading the article has helped me realize that employers equally need to trust their employees and the importance of of encouraging employees to 'say what is on their minds.'
Lukasz Biel

Lukasz Biel Oct 2016

very important point about the justice - always necessary to remember that employees value fairness at work as the key factor for overall satisfaction with work