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This audibook is read by the author, with a forward read by Joe Navarro. Robin Dreeke is a 28-year veteran of federal service, including the United States Naval Academy and the United States Marine Corps. He served most recently as a senior agent in the FBI, with 20 years of experience. He was, until recently, the head of the Counterintelligence Behavioral Analysis Program, where his primary mission was to thwart the efforts of foreign spies and to recruit American spies. His core approach in this mission was to inspire reasonable, well-founded trust among people who could provide valuable information.

The Code of Trust is based on the system Dreeke devised, tested, and implemented during years of fieldwork at the highest levels of national security. Applying his system first to himself, he rose up through federal law enforcement and then taught his system to law enforcement and military officials throughout the country, and later to private-sector clients. The Code of Trust has since elevated executives to leadership and changed the culture of entire companies, making them happier and more productive as morale soared.

Inspiring trust is not a trick, nor is it an arcane art. It's an important, character-building endeavor that requires only a sincere desire to be helpful and sensitive and the ambition to be more successful at work and at home. The Code of Trust is based on five simple principles:

1. Suspend Your Ego
2. Be Nonjudgmental
3. Honor Reason
4. Validate Others
5. Be Generous

To be successful with this system, a listener needs only the willingness to spend eight to 10 hours learning a method of trust-building that took Robin Dreeke almost a lifetime to create.

©2017 Robin Dreeke and Cameron Stauth. Foreword © 2017 by Joe Navarro (P)2017 Macmillan Audio

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  • Kirk Green
  • 09/09/2017

A book that will change your life, if you want to!

Would you listen to The Code of Trust again? Why?

I am actually looking forward to listening again. Learning the Code of Trust and hearing the lessons again will only re-enforce my grasp on the Code.

What other book might you compare The Code of Trust to and why?

Honestly, I have never read anything like it

Have you listened to any of Robin Dreeke’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

I have had the pleasure of seeing Robin present a class in person. He is a very good presenter.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

YES

Any additional comments?

I only hope my wife and my kids listen to this book. I know what I have learned will help them too!

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  • amazon shopper #11
  • 13/08/2017

Powerful lesson

It's a treat when the author narrates their own book; the lesson takes on greater depth and understanding. I didn't want the book to end.
Great tools for our modern society. Narration, cadence, and format deserves a BRAVO ZULU!

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  • Eric A. Williams
  • 10/08/2017

Great book.

Very interesting content. This should be recommended reading for all leaders, managers, and businesses practitioners.

Leadership is a social contract and the system only works if trust is both given and received. This book tells you how to build it. Intelligent Disobedience by Ira Chaleff tells you how to maintain it from a subordinate's perspective and Patrick Lencioni's Five Dysfunctions of a Team tells you how to maintain it from the boardroom.

The performance was good but there are some noticeable hiccups. I would also like to see some companion documents for a few key pages.

The author is brilliant and you will enjoy the audiobook.

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  • zanzibar
  • 30/06/2018

it really is a solid book!

i bought this book to enjoy on an international flight, since i take them often but never can sleep... robin’s narration and no-nonsense code were both very well done - it really is a solid book! since then, i’ve listened to scores of other authors, but i keep coming back to this book. its an exceptional value and i will look forward to future books, should robin choose to publish them. thanks for a great book!

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  • W. Plante
  • 22/06/2018

Needs a PDF

The book has very valuable advice and good stories to go along with it. My problem is when he tries to describe the graphics in the book verbally or he runs through the checklists that help you to identify your personality type so that you can adjust your style and approach when working with one of the four personality types he describes. This becomes almost impossible to follow without the graphics. Imagine listening in the car or on a treadmill and trying to rewind a forward so you can picture what the heck is going on. No way. Audible should set some standards that require a PDF download is available if figures in a book are essential to understanding the content. I could have bought the paper version at a lower price.

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  • Bryant Johnson
  • 04/05/2018

Fantastic!

Best book I’ve read this year and one my top 5 of all time. If you’re in the people business, and you are, don’t wait to read The Code of Trust.

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  • jeremy blodgett
  • 06/04/2018

I should have read this 25 years ago. loved it!

There were countless examples throughout life where this advice would have assisted me in unfathomable ways. it became clear that I am task oriented individual and spelled out where that was a strength and undoubtedly where it failed me. Overtime I have developed more soft people skills, but not at the rate I did listening to Robin narrate the content. Outstanding book!

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  • Jacob Rosario
  • 17/02/2018

The Code of Trust

What a great book from a great guy. Down to earth and humble, Robin is a man of many experiences and with those experiences he made this book. The tips are realistic. There is no magic here. Robin is simply saying the truth; To earn trust simply be a good person.

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  • Thomas
  • 15/02/2018

Amazing insights, usable method

This book can absolutely change aspects of your life if you adopt any of the methods inside. Easy listen, great story and easily followed.

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  • James Kempen
  • 09/01/2018

Code of Trust = Code of people

What did you love best about The Code of Trust?

Extremely obvious fundamental truths about people. When I think about Yoda or Obi-one they used the simple techniques of the code of trust. The five rules are about how you control yourself to make the interaction about the other person. The four rules of engagement are about making people comfortable. I am currently interview for a new career, which is very stressful, and at the end of day people make their decision in the first 1-2 minutes if you are a good fit. A good fit is simple "I trust you". In a non-manipulate manner the interview is about the hiring manager answering one simple question "does the candidate help them achieve their end goals and means goals?" Thanks Robin for helping me eliminate the stress to land the career of my dreams!

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  • MinuMina88
  • 04/09/2017

Story is great, reading can be improved

Not always is the author as good a reader as a writer. I get distracted easily by swallowed words, confusing intonation and sometimes blurry pronounciation. He has got potential, but I mean no offense in saying it doesn't work for me.