Understanding the antecedents of trust and mindfully attend to practicing, modeling, and communicating those

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ATTEND TO ANTECEDENTS OF TRUST

ATTEND TO

ANTECEDENTS OF TRUST

How can I strengthen my foundation for building trust?

LEARN

How trust works, why it matters, and how to build it, from Wendy Hirsch

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PRACTICE

From MindTools, a model to help understand your emotions at each stage of learning a new skill

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Practical ways to cultivate reliability, an Inc.com article by Lee Colan

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BECOME FLUENT IN BODY LANGUAGE

BECOME FLUENT

IN BODY LANGUAGE

How can I communicate more consciously with my body language?

LEARN

Carol Kinsey Goman, contributing to Forbes, describes what leaders need to know about body language

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PRACTICE

An instructional video by the Stanford Graduate School of Business on using body language effectively

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A guide to understanding the cues you unconsciously communicate to others, from Psychology Today

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MAP YOUR TRUST PROPENSITY

MAP YOUR

TRUST PROPENSITY

How do I gauge and develop trust, in myself and in others?

LEARN

Why and how we must first build trust in ourselves, from PsychCentral

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PRACTICE

Use this simple tool from 'The Courage to Trust' to gauge your self-trust, a precursor to propensity to trust others

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ACTIVATE

ACTIVATE

  • Initiate conversations that develop your vocabulary and working knowledge of Cultivating Trustworthiness.
  • Evaluate your own strength. Look and ask for feedback as you model Cultivating Trustworthiness.
  • Tackle a challenge in your school or district that gives you the opportunity to apply your skills in practicing, modeling, and communicating Trustworthiness. Facilitate experiences that allow your team to apply these skills too.
  • Make your growth explicit by reflecting metacognitively on your practice.
  • Curate a community of practice that engages trusted others in the process of sharing goals and feedback around Cultivating Trustworthiness.

EXTEND

EXTEND

A synopsis of understanding, building, and repairing trust from Megan and Bob Tschannen-Moran of LifeTrek Coaching International.

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Use Tschannen-Moran’s Trust Scales—with caution—in order to gather evidence about the levels of trust in your schools and community, without damaging that trust in the process.

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Explore GLISI's services for teachers, school leaders, and central office leaders and contact us to learn more about how we can explicitly support your and your team's SEL growth.

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