Trust is a crucial ingredient in all relationships — both personal and professional — but it is not generated through a single act, and it changes and develops with each interaction.“ We are in an age when trust can become a truly individual quality as well as improve how any group performs. The value of our [trust] currency will determine what we are entrusted with. It’s about being aware of what I say and do, how that breaks or builds trust,” says BTS director Stefan Cronje.

Cronje and Andile Solutions founder Andries Brink​​ have the following advice:

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