Prototyping the First Trust Tool

I’m very excited (although, admittedly, easily excitable) that i’m ready to prototype the very first version of the trust diagnostic. This will be a tool built out of the Landscape of Trust research. I shared recently what i had in mind for it, and it’s only a small start, but the initial tool will use around twenty questions to explore an individual’s landscape of trust, and provide the ability to compare it against a team baseline.

The Trust Diagnostic alph

Consider this an alpha test. But it’s an important moment, because it’s where i am able to start scaling the exploration of what trust is, and how we do something about it.

The Landscape of Trust

There are three stages to the Landscape of Trust work: [1] evidence gathering, [2] visualisation approaches and diagnostic tools, and [3] developmental tools. This prototype moves us into the second space.

I’m starting small: i’ll build a set of 10 responses, using the Research Partner network, and then explore ways to visualise and analyse that. I expect to rapidly cycle through a whole range of alpha versions of this as we calibrate it.

I will #WorkOutLoud through each aspect of this, and am excited to get to a place where i can start to share the first outputs soon.

If you would like to become a Research Partner, as an organisation, do get in touch. Or if you would like to take part in the first phase, the primary research, you can do so here.

About julianstodd

Author and Founder of Sea Salt Learning. My work explores the Social Age. I’ve written ten books, and over 2,000 articles, and still learning...
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