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"Trustability" - Proactive Trustworthiness

In Martha Rogers' and my new book Extreme Trust: Honesty as a Competitive Advanage, we suggest that technology's recent advances enabling ubiquitous, always-on interactivity, and particularly the...


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Leaders - Do You Suffer From Low T?

Leaders - Do You Suffer From Low T? | Value: Trust | Scoop.it
Feeling like a shadow of your former self? Is there a lack of emotional connection in your relationships? Do you find others not sharing important information with you or excluding you from activit...
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Great complement to Ken Blanchard's Trust Works! @RandyConley highlights need for trustorthy behaviors. Trust is a vague concept, and yet the lack of it is very real. Respect, Openness, Honest and Reliability are core principles of trust and worthy of our attention. 

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Jean-Philippe D'HALLUIN's curator insight, June 10, 2013 8:50 PM

 

Good leaders focus on using trust-building behaviors and avoid using behaviors that erode trust with others

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Habits of the Heart-The joy of giving memorable service.: The meaning of trust

Habits of the Heart-The joy of giving memorable service.: The meaning of trust | Value: Trust | Scoop.it
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Vulnerability is the doorway to being seen and known. Without vulnerability we lack the courage to let ourselves be seen and show respect to others. We remain invisible to each other. 

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Do Your Employees Trust You? - Fast Company

Do Your Employees Trust You? - Fast Company | Value: Trust | Scoop.it

Do Your Employees Trust You? Fast Company For example, leaders who are Able earn trust by solving problems, getting results, and using their skills to help others achieve established goals.


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The best lie detectors in the workplace

The best lie detectors in the workplace | Value: Trust | Scoop.it
It turns out that trusting people spot liars better than skeptics do.
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Building a culture of trust | SmartBlogs

Building a culture of trust | SmartBlogs | Value: Trust | Scoop.it
Is your organization built on a culture of trust? Look around you; there are plenty of clues as to whether trust abounds. How quickly are decisions made
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The key to the five tips is to close the gap between what you espouse and what you do. People will trust your actions long before they trust what you say. When you have faith in people and trust them, your walls come down allowing you to feel lots of high energy. 

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Amanda Palmer: The art of asking | Video on TED.com

Don't make people pay for music, says Amanda Palmer: Let them. In a passionate talk that begins in her days as a street performer (drop a dollar in the hat for the Eight-Foot Bride!), she examines the new relationship between artist and fan.
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"But the perfect tools aren't going to help us if we can't face each other and give and receive fearlessly, but, more important, to ask without shame."

 

 

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10 Simple Behaviors That Diminish Trust

10 Simple Behaviors That Diminish Trust | Value: Trust | Scoop.it
Self-check: are you reducing trust without knowing it?

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Angie Mc's curator insight, January 19, 2013 1:40 PM

Spot on! Whether at work or at home, avoiding these behaviors increases trust in all relationships.

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Tools to improve trust in all relationships.
Trumans's curator insight, January 20, 2013 2:47 PM

Trust is the thing that holds all relationships together, be they business or persoanl...

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“Rateocracy” and Corporate Reputation | World Future Society

“Rateocracy” and Corporate Reputation | World Future Society | Value: Trust | Scoop.it
Today, consumers rate sellers on eBay, restaurants on Yelp, and local companies on Angie’s List, providing detailed product reviews online. Job hunters and employees can read and rate employers on Glassdoor.com. College students rate their professors on ratemyprofessors.com. Neighbors and friends can view each other’s reputations (and their own) at honestly.com. And Facebook’s more than 800 million users can endorse a product or organization by “liking” it.
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There are new capabilities beyond traditional organizations. Transparency brings change and workplace environments based on transcendent human values of curiosity, humility, compassion and love. The potential for contemplative dialogue and serving a higher purpose is in our reach.

 

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To build trust in your business, trust your workers!

To build trust in your business, trust your workers! | Value: Trust | Scoop.it

To build trust in your business, trust your workers. JUST as aspiring entrepreneurs have to learn how to inspire trust in investors and customers, they must learn to trust their employees to run their businesses.

 

Go on - be the changeyou want to see in the world (David)!


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11 Ways to Establish a Trust Message

11 Ways to Establish a Trust Message | Value: Trust | Scoop.it

• Tell the truth as a way to create an open environment.

• Support autonomy as a way to encourage innovation and for people to bring their best.

• Challenge the status quo when necessary to introduce the power of new ideas.

• Show appreciation for all efforts, big and small.

• Be a model of something good by sharing your gifts and life examples.

• Become a more active listener. Focus on key points by connecting to what you know while showing interest in others’ messages.

• Use supportive non-verbals. Align your say and truth in your face and voice.

• Don’t be afraid to ask questions. Inject them to check message understanding.

• Be aware of your style and adjust to the situation.

• Know the audience by being alert and flexible to the circumstances.

• Give and receive feedback appropriately, constructive in criticism and reinforcing in the positive.


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"Trustability" - Proactive Trustworthiness

In Martha Rogers' and my new book Extreme Trust: Honesty as a Competitive Advanage, we suggest that technology's recent advances enabling ubiquitous, always-on interactivity, and particularly the...


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Trust « Suzanne Hazelton's Blog

Trust « Suzanne Hazelton's Blog | Value: Trust | Scoop.it
Posts about Trust written by Suzanne Hazelton...
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6 Ways Leader’s Can Build Trust

6 Ways Leader’s Can Build Trust | Value: Trust | Scoop.it
One of the most important parts of being an effective leader is building trust. In this guest post, Dr. Jeremy Statton provides 6 ways leaders can do this with their teams.
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The Values on Which Trust Rests

The Values on Which Trust Rests | Value: Trust | Scoop.it
Trust must be carefully constructed and constantly reinforced. Learn how trust is established over time through a long chain of successful experiences.
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Frank Sonnenberg writes I a clear explanation of the values structure of a strong trust system. Compassion, as an ethic of care, is another value that I believe should be be added to this list. In a caring relationship, the needs and wants of another, not some per-established ideal, are taken into consideration. Naturally, we trust more when we know that we are cared for. 

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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, May 27, 2013 3:30 PM

This is a pretty detailed article which a clear understanding and is thus different than a recent article on trust.

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How to Build Leadership Trust: CEO Communication Strategies from GE

How to Build Leadership Trust: CEO Communication Strategies from GE | Value: Trust | Scoop.it
Great leadership is built around trust. How truthful CEO communication can build better team alignment and productivity at your company.
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There are two important messages in this article:
Managing the gap between what you say and what you do will help you to establish crediblity and trust - no matter what your role/position is in the organization.
Second, communicating a clear sense of who you are and your core beliefs will begin to open the lines of communication. Equally important is making the time to listen and keep an open mind. Strive to make a person feel felt and you are very likely to gain an ally.

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Rachel Botsman: The case for collaborative consumption | Video on TED.com

In her talk, Rachel Botsman says we're "wired to share" -- and shows how websites like Zipcar and Swaptree are changing the rules of human behavior.
(Filmed at TEDxSydney.)
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Collaborative Consumption is contingent upon a culture of trust. Botsman demonstrates how social media is enabling trust between strangers. We are living in an age of social connection and the renewed belief in the importance of community, and our capacity to trust each other, has profound implications on the social, economic and environmental systems. 

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The Community of Leaders » Trustworthy Leadership

The Community of Leaders » Trustworthy Leadership | Value: Trust | Scoop.it

One of the business issues gaining in importance is the trust – or lack of trust – that we have in our large corporations.


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ozziegontang's curator insight, March 27, 2013 4:23 PM

In Vistage, the foundation of its Values, at the base of a triagle is: Trust. Up one side is Caring, up the other side is Challenge, and in the middle is growth.


Dan Ariely speak about the Cost of the Social Norm which is based on Trust and Social Relationships. The Market Norm is based on Financial Transactions.  When the Social Norm is replaced by the Market Norm he says it is extremely difficult if not impossible to regain the trust.


Trust cannot be bought, it must be earned.


If you lose my trust by your behavior, then I can trust that I cannot trust you.


Lee Thayer speaks of Leadership is a role that one plays. If one plays it well and is had by a vision that may outlast them, then history recognizes them as leaders. Those who we recognize as historical leaders did not have access to the 10,000 books that we have today on Leaderhship, yet what they accomplished was because of their competence at doing what needed to be done to accomplish their leadership role.


As Simon Sinek reminds us:  They had followers.





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Trust: The Bitcoin Of Innovative Cultures - Forbes

Trust: The Bitcoin Of Innovative Cultures - Forbes | Value: Trust | Scoop.it
Organizational trust is the Bitcoin of innovative cultures.

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John Michel's curator insight, April 12, 2013 6:55 PM

In organizational settings – and particularly in corporate environments – a principle like trust tends to come across as a hollow promise for hollow commitments.  At best trust is organizationally experienced as perhaps a nice aspiration, but unlikely. At worst, it is experienced as a daily dose of cynicism.

Jean-Philippe D'HALLUIN's curator insight, April 12, 2013 8:01 PM

(ré)discover the 12 rules of the HP garage ;-)

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Paul Zak: Trust, morality -- and oxytocin? | Video on TED.com

What drives our desire to behave morally? Neuroeconomist Paul Zak shows why he believes oxytocin (he calls it "the moral molecule") is responsible for trust, empathy and other feelings that help build a stable society.
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Fascinating!
Oxytocin connects us to other people.
Empathy makes us moral.
@pauljzak #Moral Molecule

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Why older adults become fraud victims more often: Brain shows diminished response to untrustworthiness

Why older adults become fraud victims more often: Brain shows diminished response to untrustworthiness | Value: Trust | Scoop.it
Why are older people especially vulnerable to becoming victims of fraud?

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Success Will Come and Go, But Integrity is Forever - Forbes

Success Will Come and Go, But Integrity is Forever - Forbes | Value: Trust | Scoop.it
If I could teach only one value to live by, it would be this: Success will come and go, but integrity is forever. Integrity means doing the right thing at all times and in all circumstances, whether or not anyone is watching.
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Warren Buffett offers profound provocative proposition and states clearly the importance and value of trust and integrity. 

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Dennis T OConnor's curator insight, December 11, 2012 5:07 PM

Integrity is a prime value for sucess (not to mention happiness).

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How The Best Leaders Build Trust

How The Best Leaders Build Trust | Value: Trust | Scoop.it

Think about it this way: When trust is low, in a company or in a relationship, it places a hidden “tax” on every transaction:

 

every communication, every interaction, every strategy, every decision is taxed, bringing speed down and sending costs up.

 

My experience is that significant distrust doubles the cost of doing business and triples the time it takes to get things done.


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ozziegontang's curator insight, May 8, 2013 12:39 AM

The power of trust in a business is healthy for the employees and ROI.

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Social Trust Factor: 10 Tips to Establish Credibility | Social Media Today

Social Trust Factor: 10 Tips to Establish Credibility | Social Media Today | Value: Trust | Scoop.it
social media trust factor When building an online persona and brand usually we start with the most basic aspects including over arching brand, logo, colors, core messages etc.  All of these are foundational to success.
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What causes people not to trust their leaders in the workplace?

Dialogue on trust in the workplace.
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The Decision to Trust

The Decision to Trust | Value: Trust | Scoop.it
The Idea in Brief Half of all managers don’t trust their leaders.
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