So when do we know we trust another person? The real test of trust is when the other person is able to suspend his self-interest and put your interest first.
With each incremental step of entrustment by the leader, the subordinate instinctively feels an increased level of trust for the leader.
Over the years I have been involved in and have witnessed many interventions, some of which have succeeded and some which have failed. In the case of both successes and failures, what is painfully apparent to me in hindsight is that you cannot account for them on the level of the organisation. You account for them on the level of the individual.