Category Archives: Trust

Packing Up Trust

Just a short post from the airport in DC as i set off home: i’m happy to say that ‘The Trust Sketchbook’ is being packaged up for launch next week. It’s been a long journey to get it here, mainly … Continue reading

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Questions To Ask About Trust

As i gear up for the launch of The Trust Sketchbook next week, today i’m sharing a whole section from the accompanying ‘Trust Guidebook’, which provides detailed questions we can ask, as we work through the Sketchbook. Part 2: The … Continue reading

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The Trust Sketchbook: A Guided Journey

I’m preparing to launch ‘The Trust Sketchbook’, in July. It’s the first in a new series of books, which act as guided, reflective, journeys through different aspects of the Social Age. These are intended to help us think about spaces … Continue reading

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Social Leadership in Practice: Earning Trust

Social Leaders take action everyday, action that either builds, or erodes, trust. In our practice, as we develop our Social Leadership capability, it’s vital that we understand the ebbs and flow of trust, and how we can create the conditions, … Continue reading

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‘The Trust Sketchbook’: Design Proofs

I wanted to share this, the final design proofs for ’The Trust Sketchbook’. Once i sign these off, it will move into production. This is an experimental book: a structured reflective journey, exploring the Landscape of Trust. The first edition … Continue reading

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Trust Sketchbook: The Beginning of the End?

I’m the first to admit that i am not always great at finishing things. But i’ve been recognising recently that i have too many ‘open’ projects, and more that i want to start… so i’m making myself do some ‘finishing’, … Continue reading

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The Trust Conference: Visualising Trust

I’m very excited: tomorrow, i host the first Trust Conference, and it will almost certainly go wrong. Not structurally wrong: i am fairly confident that people will turn up, and that the technology will work. The place it will go … Continue reading

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