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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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Valued or Trusted? #WorkingOutLoud on Types of Trust

This is the latest in a series of posts as i #WorkOutLoud on new research and writing on ‘Types of Trust’. It’s based on an exploration of the subjective notion of ‘trust’, and a desire to surface a workable framework … Continue reading

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