Trust…the continuing saga
Why is it that we cannot trust? What has happened in our culture and/or society that encourages us to trust only after we have tested and tested our relationships?
Clearly there has been something that has transpired that has caused a dramatic shift for people. We see this with the rise and evolution with Social Media. People clearly have found a voice and a way to speak up and out.
While thinking about this very post, I received an email of an upcoming audio conference. Guess what the topic was? Smart Trust: The Ultimate Skill that Separates Managers from Leaders.
So, not only are we researching and benchmarking trust with employees, employers and consumers, there are now designated learning opportunities to engage in trust, or in this case Smart Trust. (Isn’t it interesting how everything these days has to be “smart”? Smart meters, smart technology, smart cities….)
I would encourage people to think about trust and what it means to them. What can you do as an individual to inspire trust and demonstrate trust. Remember you have to give to receive.
My next posting will be one in a series on thinking about being a social organization versus just looking at Social Media in isolation.
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