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Be consistent to build trust

To be a trusted team member, you need to be mindful of the expectations you set and meeting your commitments. Be realistic about what you can deliver within a certain time frame, and keep the lines of communication open if anything changes. Considering your teammates and being truthful to your word will help build a culture of psychological safety, allowing your colleagues to trust you and be open with you in return.