How to develop Trust

1. Your earn it, one day at a time.  Not a one time thing, it is in an always thing!
2. People don't care how much you know until they how much you care.
3. It is our jobs to initiate the connection with people you hope to lead.  You must eliminate the "me first" or the "rights mentality."  Ask questions! Servant leadership is the most effective and hardest to attain.
4. You must listen to their needs and concerns.  God gave you 2 ears, 1 mouth, shut up and listen.
5. Put yourself in their shoes. How did you feel as freshman or underclassman?  Confused, overwhelmed, scared, wanting to quit.
6. Re-assure them.  Let them know you will help them thru it and everything will be OK.
7. Encourage them to give their best effort and aim high, then show them how to to do it.
8.Coach them every chance you get.  In drills, practice, games, classroom, cafeteria, community.  Leadership is an all the time thing.
 
Do you have what it takes to be a trusted leader?
 
1. List 3 people who have had a positive influence in your life and why.
2. List 1 or 2 people who have had a negative impact on your life and why.