Which would be more damaging in organizational life–being too trusting or not being trusting enough? Why do you feel that way?
In my opinion, both not trusting enough and being too trusting are damaging in an organization. Being too trusting would make others feel in full control and they might start deceiving you. Being not trusting enough would make other reluctant to communicate with you.
Putting yourself in the shoes of a manager, which of the four justice dimensions (distributive, procedural, interpersonal, informational) would you find it most difficult to maximize? Which would be the easiest to maximize?
For me, procedural justice would be hard as it involves treating all the employees equally when it comes to resource allocation. It would be hard to keep a balance.
Interpersonal justice would be the easiest for me as it would deal with treating others the same way you want them treat you i.e. respect.