The best way to achieve that is by being as honest and straightforward as possible. Of course it is important to be discreet with company information, but try to never knowingly mislead the people beneath you.
An organization works best when its members know what they have to do. The quickest way to clog up efficiency is to have people confused as to their role. Make sure that everyone knows what is expected of him or her.
STAY WITH THE BIG PICTURE
Don’t lose your focus or waste your energy on micro-management. Being able to delegate effectively is a sign of strength, not weakness. Trust the people who work alongside you to do what you have asked of them. Constant niggling will prove counterproductive.
BE CONSISTANT BUT AGILE
Your co-workers won’t respect you if you seem to change course every five minutes. But it is also a failing to be too rigid. The important thing is the end — getting the job done right — not the means. Be aware that circumstances change and that you will have to react to them.