Social Leadership Illustrations: Trust & Authenticity

More #WorkingOutLoud as i share another two illustrations from the forthcoming book on ‘Social Leadership – my 1st 100 days‘. The first will accompany the ‘Day 8’ activity, around Trust, which i replicate in full after the illustration:

Social Leadership 100 - Trust

Day 8: Do you trust me

In the research I have done around the Landscape of Trust, we see that 54% of people have ‘low’ or ‘no’ trust in the organisation that they work for: what factors build trust?

These things build trust:
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And what factors erode it?
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A key role of Social Leaders is to earn the trust of those people around them, and to contribute to the overall Landscape of Trust experienced within the organisation.

To do so may require us to challenge the organisation itself, whenever we feel it lacks authenticity in it’s actions.

Are you ready to champion your community? Are you ready to take a stand?

Social Leadership 100 - Authenticity

The second illustration relates to ‘Authenticity’, and asks if your actions reflect your intent.

I have a large volume of illustration still to go on this, around ninety more images, so i will continue to share as i go and try to hit my original deadline of an early April launch.

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