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The Triangle of Trust: Intention, Action, Impact

I believe in a cocreated model of culture, where the action of every individual contributes to the experience of culture. Culture can be viewed as an artefact of behaviour, not simply an expression of intent. Today I want to introduce … Continue reading

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Not Worth The Paper It’s Written On? Contracts And Trust

I’ve been quite surprised by the level of interest in the work around the Landscape Of Trust. I’ve certainly benefited greatly from the support and ideas around the methodology and approach, as well as the input of different perspectives on … Continue reading

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The Perils of Blind Trust

As I continue prototyping the research questions around the Landscape of Trust, I’m sharing the results and #WorkingOutLoud. There are two main outcomes from this work: the first is to map the landscape of trust, to understand the different terms … Continue reading

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Reach

One of the most interesting facets of the research into the Landscape of Trust so far has been not the subject matter itself, (fascinating as that is), but rather the experience of research in the Social Age. With very little … Continue reading

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Do You Trust Me? Talking About Trust In Organisations

Today I’m continuing work on the Landscape of Trust, an effort to better understand what trust means the people, how it is earned, how it is eroded, and how it impacts on the effectiveness of the organisation and its ability … Continue reading

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The Landscape of Trust: An Early Sketch

I’ve been developing ideas around the notion of trust for the last few weeks, prototyping some early survey questions and building my own understanding of the types of trust that exist within the organisation. During this time I settled on … Continue reading

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When Trust Fails: Exploring Consequence in the Landscape of Trust

I’ve been #WorkingOutLoud to map the Landscape of Trust. I’m using this term to describe the complex facets of behaviour and belief that build or erode this most valuable of commodities. At the end of this work I hope to … Continue reading

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