Jumping to negative conclusions when anything is said or done by others is not only a sin, but a very bad disease.
It creates problems & mistrust from non-existent matters. It makes a person habitually think that whatever others do or say is for a bad reason rather than a good one.
This adds absolutely unnecessary tension in peoples lives & destroys good relations.
The innocent are made to look guilty & even if they try to explain, it is brushed aside. Satan enjoys this thoroughly.
Let us make sure that WE have positive thoughts of others and draw the best of conclusions when they say or do something!
In this way we will achieve purity, contentment and the Pleasure of the Almighty. –Mufti Ismail Menk
Although this is in the context of personal relations, it is a golden rule that must be applied to organizations. Successful teams need trust to be successful, and negativity is a quick way of eroding it.