One of the CEOs I've worked with frequently uses the phrase, Trust, but verify.
It's not exactly a warm fuzzy, but it makes sense. For example, this past weekend I went out to eat with friends. Janey ordered chicken parmesan; I had the Asian noodle bowl. Given the American restaurant obsession with huge portions, neither Janey nor I could finish our meal.
The waiter took our dishes, and returned, presenting our boxed food with a flourish -- making a point of giving us each a specific box.
The flourish was lovely, but the boxes were wrong. Janey went home with Asian noodles; I got the chicken parmesan.
Trust, but verify.