Tag Archives: Landscape of Trust

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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Leading with Trust: A Development Pathway

The Landscape of Trust research project is a year old: it’s intended to build a broad understanding of how trust works, between individuals, within communities and team, and into Organisations themselves. The work is in three phases: firstly, evidence gathering, … Continue reading

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#WorkingOutLoud on the Trust Diagnostic Analysis: The Boss’s Business

Today i’m sharing more of the analysis of the prototype Trust diagnostic. I’m really just playing with this first instance of it, reworking some of the language, and finding ways to analyse and usefully present the data, on which note, … Continue reading

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Struggling To Get On The Same Page

I’m #WorkingOutLoud as i (attempt) to analyse the first set of data from the prototype Trust Diagnostic. You can read more about the context of this work in yesterday’s blog post. Today, one questions stood out to me: ‘when my … Continue reading

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The Trust Diagnostic: #WorkingOutLoud on the Alpha Group Analysis

Assume that today’s post is full of caveats: i wanted to share my initial analysis of the first prototype of the Trust Diagnostic, but this is very early stage work, and it will take me some time to find my … Continue reading

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The Need for Trust

The formal structure of an organisation is visible, clear, codified by rules, system, and process. It’s the management structure the determines whether i have power over you. In parallel to this, runs the social structure, and it doesn’t work in … Continue reading

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