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The Most Valuable Business Commodity: Trust

The Most Valuable Business Commodity: Trust | El poder liberador de los libros | Scoop.it
?The best way to learn if you can trust somebody is to trust them.? ? Ernest Hemingway

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Es importante recordar que no hablamos de detalles sino de lo que es realmente importante. El propósito final que se persigue y que todo el mundo lo entienda. Con la pérdida de sentido ... Todo pierde sentido.

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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, June 21, 2013 6:17 AM

I cannot say it any better.

John Michel's curator insight, June 21, 2013 10:08 AM

To succeed as a business, you must assess the quality of relationships across your organization—from leaders to employees, employees to leaders, employees to employees, and employees to customers. Do the individuals in all of these groups honor and respect one another, or are they neglected and considered unimportant?

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Do you trust people easily?

Do you trust people easily? | El poder liberador de los libros | Scoop.it

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¿y si no te quedara non guns outraged opción?

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Karin Sebelin's curator insight, June 11, 2013 1:56 AM

The best way to find out if you can trust somebody is to trust them.  

~ Ernest Hemingway


http://socialmedia-or-youmatter.biz/do-you-trust-people-easily/

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10 Employee Engagement-Destroying Perceptions You Cannot Afford

10 Employee Engagement-Destroying Perceptions You Cannot Afford | El poder liberador de los libros | Scoop.it
If you want to improve employee engagement, boost employee morale, and maximize employee productivity, you cannot simply do the “right things.” It’s not enough to model best practices … (RT @EmplyEngagement: 10 #Employee Engagement-Destroying Perceptions...

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John Michel's curator insight, June 27, 2013 5:07 AM

The human brain is hard-wired to notice and remember negative things more effectively than positive. That’s because the brain is hard-wired for survival, and is basically designed for a bygone “caveman/cavewoman” era. When you consider this, it makes sense that the brain registers and remembers objects and events associated with negative emotions more effectively than those associated with positive emotions.

Garth Sanginiti's curator insight, June 27, 2013 7:00 PM

"Thus, when it comes to employee engagement, employee morale, and employee productivity, employers must recognize what they do that might be damaging employee engagement, morale, and productivity. Likewise, managers must know how to do the same at an individual level. Otherwise, the negatives will overshadow all the good practices you implement."

Michael_J_Stone's curator insight, June 28, 2013 5:31 AM

Is this your "wake up test?" How many of these perceptions can be heard in your building? It seems like everyone I have ever spoken to about their job has said at least one of these ten things. 

 

Which one of these will you act on? 

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Gamasutra: Andrzej Marczewski's Blog - Flow, Player and Employee Jounrey

Gamasutra: Andrzej Marczewski's Blog - Flow, Player and Employee Jounrey | El poder liberador de los libros | Scoop.it

Via Tigran Karapetian, M.Sc.
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El resumen de este trabajo es muy interesante en cuanto a una mayor comprensión de los rateros reales de la gestón de las personas

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Edelman - 2013 Edelman Trust Barometer - Building Trust

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Trust is one of the most complex assets a business must manage.

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Without given trust, it is like going nowhere

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Karin Sebelin's curator insight, June 22, 2013 12:52 PM

The 2013 Edelman Trust Barometer uncovers some universal truths that can be the first step on the path to greater trust.

In 2013, 16 trust building attributes were further advanced with the identification of five trust performance clusters.

Operational excellence remains important, but it is what is expected of you and not what will differentiate you or build trust; in order to build trust, business must meet expectations on engagement and integrity. Leverage trust equity in credible sources through inclusive management, based in grounded leadership.

Read the article and get inspired by the graphic: http://goo.gl/7WBHW

(Picture: http://goo.gl/BE6UQ)


http://socialmedia-or-youmatter.biz/edelman-2013-edelman-trust-barometer-building-trust/

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The Most Valuable Business Commodity: Trust

The Most Valuable Business Commodity: Trust | El poder liberador de los libros | Scoop.it
?The best way to learn if you can trust somebody is to trust them.? ? Ernest Hemingway

Via The e.MILE Community
Kleidi Consulting's insight:

Es importante recordar que no hablamos de detalles sino de lo que es realmente importante. El propósito final que se persigue y que todo el mundo lo entienda. Con la pérdida de sentido ... Todo pierde sentido.

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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, June 21, 2013 6:17 AM

I cannot say it any better.

John Michel's curator insight, June 21, 2013 10:08 AM

To succeed as a business, you must assess the quality of relationships across your organization—from leaders to employees, employees to leaders, employees to employees, and employees to customers. Do the individuals in all of these groups honor and respect one another, or are they neglected and considered unimportant?