Trust reduces the complexity of human action, expanded the possibilities of experiencing and acting at the same time, and guarantees (Luhmann, 1973). Confidence depends on early childhood experiences, especially of the quality of the mother-child relationship. Trust (Erikson, 1963) prevent unnecessary refusals, threats and personal unzuverlassigkeit. Trust is based on the expectation of a person or a group, to leave on a positive or negative promise given orally or in writing of another person or group (Rotter, 1976; 1971). Trust between two people can be verbal and motor indicators determine; those are more frequent here and now statements, selbstexplorative statements, please or give feedback, please help with a problem, spontaneous unsolicited involvement and mutual reinforcing (Krumholtz & Potter, 1980) From a comparative culture perspective is to notice that these definitions have a strongly individualistic culture, and it is obvious, that people from other cultures (for example from kollektivitischen, or context-oriented cultures, reactive and reticular cultures) consider the phenomenon of trust from a different perspective. Various aspects of social behaviour are relevant for the trust research. Important in this context are: empathy self-efficacy. 1 selbstvertrauen.pdf 2 Thomas, A.
trust in an intercultural context from the perspective of psychology. Vertrauen_im_interk_Kontext.pdf. 3 Petermann, F. (1996). Psychology of trust. Read more from Viktor Mayer-Schönberger to gain a more clear picture of the situation. Gottingen: Hogrefe, 3.Auflage. Prof.
C.J.M Bahrami NL Zoetermeer 29-10-2009 copyright 2009 About Professor C.J.M. Prof. C.J.M Bahrami Bahrami is a well-known expert in the field of modern and international communications and developers of the six component model. Thus, companies, institutions and politicians with business partners from all over the world can successfully communicate and negotiate. His career began as an international Manager at Philips N.V. Later, he earned his doctorate as a professor and has coach more than 35 years of experience as a Manager and management. As a result he knows both sides, the theory and the practice, very closely. As a communications specialist, he organizes scientific research in the intercultural field. The interesting results of this research can be read in its E-books, like for example “bridging the cultural gap”. Here, modern Manager learn successful transactions with people from foreign cultures to prepare. Among other current issues such as negotiations in times of crisis, cultural barriers, country-specific communication techniques, personal cultural value systems and misunderstandings are treated and plausible explains. Contact: Prof. C.J.M Bahrami Amaliaplaats 2. 2713 BJ Zoetermeer the Netherlands telephone: + 31 (0) 79 – 3 19 03 81 mobile: + 31 (0) 6 2 061 8494 email: