trust relationship


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trust relationship

A logical connection that is established between directory domains so that the rights and privileges of users and devices in one domain is shared with the other. For example, it allows users to log in once and have access to all associated resources without having to be authenticated again. See forests and trees and transitive trust.
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[10-15] proposed a method of subjective logic to model the trust relationship based on the Dempster/Shafer evidence theory.
There are more profound lies that reflect a breach in the trust relationship with the parent.
Adolescents can have a trust relationship with their parents, feel loved and valued, and still say they were late because of traffic or because the car wouldn't start.
An adolescent can have a trust relationship with his parent, feel loved and valued, and still say he was late because of traffic or because the car wouldn't start.
Second is the value of teaming with partners such as banks to enhance the availability of insurance products for access to customers through other close trust relationships with financial advisers.
Empathy is the cornerstone of crisis intervention; it involves demonstrating the act of listening to the subject and understanding the individual's situation and the emotional reaction to it with the purpose of establishing a basic trust relationship. This trust is necessary to achieve a behavioral change in the subject.
Otherwise, you will be always be callous and suspicious and never reap the benefits of a mutual trust relationship.
The former video is a two-and-a-half hour program that features five trial lawyers discussing such topics as: keeping the attention of the witness; preparing the witness; establishing a trust relationship; identifying gender, age or authority issues; preparing experts and curbing 'volunteerism.' 171 Ways features a group of employment lawyers discussing ways to improve discovery techniques.
Cultivate a trust relationship so that you have an available channel, and use that channel only when you have something of Legitimate importance.
"We have a trust relationship with our customers and they have one with us," she adds.
"Over the past decade, CPAs have used their trust relationship with clients to expand their basket of services far beyond the attest function," he explains.
A trust relationship is a relationship involving multiple entities (such as companies, people, or software components).