The Three Consensual-Builing Characteristics

Trust.
Reliability.
Integrity.
Spook words, to be sure, but useful containers to describe the three major consensual-building characteristics.
A consensual relationship is one that does not involve deceptive or force action AND seeks to mutually deliver to involved actors the most for the least
Trust- The characteristic, real or perceived, of delivering truth claims that consistently fall within the understood realm of reality.
Reliability- In all interactions, a consistent demonstration of completing obligations consensually assumed.
Integrity- The ability to deliver beyond expectations on the obligations consensually assumed.