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Credibility and trustworthiness in daily interactions

Objectives of the seminar: To provide participants with information on theoretical and practical aspects of credibility and trustworthiness. To encourage the recognition and development of skills and competencies related to building trust in interpersonal relationships.

Trustworthiness and credibility play a significant role in effective communication in various aspects of life, including personal relationships, professional settings, and societal interactions. In this mental talk, we will discuss how these qualities form successful interpersonal relationships and contribute to overall well-being.

We will begin by defining trust, trustworthiness, and credibility. Then, we will explore the cost distrust poses on personal interactions. We will also delve into the obstacles that can hinder trust-building, such as lack of integrity and inconsistency.

During the talk, we will emphasize the qualities that maintain credibility and meaningful connections and how these traits can be cultivated. We will go through practical strategies and practices individuals can implement to build and maintain trust in their relationships. The talk concludes with examples of trust-building in simple, everyday situations.


To present valuable and accessible information about strategies for building and maintaining connections.
To generate ideas for personal development in the area of interpersonal relationships.


Presentation of current research and knowledge about the respective phenomenon.
Group discussion on the respective subject


People from Akkodis are invited to participate in the planned seminar.

Duration: 60 minutes

Registrations are closed for this event.