Take a look at this trust gauge. Some of the most important characteristics that make up trust are outlined below. The trustworthiness of an offer, product, solution, or person (whether a member of your staff or a client) may be assessed using this tool.
On a scale of one to 10, where one is poor and ten is great, rate your answers to the following questions.
Disclosure: To what extent do you believe you are being given the whole picture? Do you have to decipher what’s written?
Authenticity: Describe what you see as the source of your conviction that something is real. What are their qualifications? Is there any evidence of testimonials, and if so, how trustworthy are they?
Do you think you have all the information you need to make an informed decision? The idea that there is no ulterior motive is a myth
Are the requisite talents or qualities clearly proven to be able to deliver what has been offered?
Inclusion: Do you know what’s going on? Yes, I am a part of the team. Do you have a sense of belonging here? What do you need to know in order to come to a decision?
If you’re unsure whether or not you should proceed, this is a useful tool to employ. In general, stay away from anything with a score of less than 5.