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Hi Cathy,

Good read and I like what the article tries to convey here.

It is indeed important to have the factor of TRUST implanted inside the company you work for, the type of people you interact with and of course -- your manager.

I worked at a small consulting firm in Atlanta before where we had flexibility to work on our own from home or office. My manager, in particular lived in Virginia and flew down Atlanta only once in 2 months or so.

Never did he ask me on our phone calls or messages where I'm working from. I became curious once since I thought to myself --"Isn't this making a lazy culture amongst employees? What if nobody comes to work and doesn't work?"

So, when I asked him the curious question , he simply replied - "You know what, I'm interested in WHAT you're working and NOW where you're working from."

This helped me a lot in understanding that when someone TRUSTS you, you yourself become more motivated to do more work and be more productive.




Great example of the importance of trust, Zubin!

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