The Knowledge Gap: Fill it with Trust or Suspicion?

Aug. 08, 2018

There is a gap between what you know,
and what you observe.

At Domain,we know how important it is to feel confident enough in your team to rely on each other in tight situations. Even with strong bonds between staff members, there can arise sticky situations that bring doubt into the mix. What if your manager starts giving your usual assignments to an intern? What if your paycheck is a few days late without explanation? Do you believe your team truly has your back when questions like these are up in the air?

There is a gap between what you know, and what you observe.
Do we fill that gap with trust in the other party, or suspicion of their intentions?

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