worthy of trust

See: reliable
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If the brothers Cheeryble, as they found Nicholas worthy of trust and confidence, bestowed upon him every day some new and substantial mark of kindness, they were not less mindful of those who depended on him.
Among them, "Respect the Religious Beliefs of Others," "Be Worthy of Trust," and "Try to Treat Others As You Would Want them to Treat You.
As both a Government minister and later as a Secretary of State, he won respect across political divides not by grandstanding but by proving himself worthy of trust.
It was a great company, worthy of trust," he said, "but nobody outside that area had ever heard of Deschutes Country Real Estate.
In some clubs, newbies aren't told the locations of certain caves until they prove themselves worthy of trust.
It amounts to a call for a debate on the issue as businesses increasingly worry about being seen as worthy of trust.
Accountability anchored in uncovering the truth about the war and subsequent conflicts is not a sufficient step, but undoubtedly a necessary one in the right direction of rebuilding a state worthy of trust, worthy of its citizens.
Godfrey focuses on what trusting well looks like rather than advocating which religion or what God is truly worthy of trust.
Those managers who demonstrate trust in their staff, through an honest communication of information, are often perceived as worthy of trust themselves and this can reinforce the team's loyalty and commitment.
The essential element of their professional demeanour, the ability to be seen as an individual worthy of trust and confidence is one that many professions and professionals prize highly.
The ability to understand where risk exists and how to handle the human problems inherent in digital security will be fundamental to building systems that are worthy of trust.
We need to demonstrate that we are worthy of trust.