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  • 15-Jun-2017 04:52 EDT

Growing Your Influence Through Building Trust

SAE International's Chief Human Resources Officer Melinda Rombold presented a skillshop at WCX17: SAE World Congress Experience in Detroit, Michigan. In her remarks, Rombold explained that when there is a high level of trust from both parties, situations are very easily managed, enhanced, and enjoyable. But when the opposite is the case, there is little or no trust; it is more likely to be exhausting, unproductive, costly, and even antagonistic.

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