Trustworthy Leadership can be defined as the quality of someone being competent and benevolent so that others can safely be in partnership with that person. (W. Q. Judge). Think about peers you have worked with, either on projects, or in the work place that you have admired and you considered a trustworthy leader. Of the seven (7) practices for cultivating Trustworthy Leadership, which one (1) would you choose to describe the person you worked with?
Organizational Capacity for Change Dimension 1: Trustworthy Leadership, William Q. Judge, Harvard Business Publishing, 2011