Take teams from to low to high trust

When something goes seriously wrong, it’s often first announced by subtle signals.

The two of us are living proof of how important it is to listen and act on those signals. At different points, we each found ourselves feeling a little bit off physically — nothing specific, just a sense that we weren’t up to speed. After diagnostic tests, we heard the same conclusion: “You have cancer.”

Caught early, our illnesses were treatable. But had we ignored those signals until they became more compelling, our stores would have had very different outcomes. Read more here:

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