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.
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.
There are three stages to the Landscape of Trust work:  evidence gathering,  visualisation approaches and diagnostic tools, and  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.