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High-Trust Companies are built upon a small collection of well-developed Core Values and are influenced by a short list of norms, beliefs and principles that should stand the test of time. This essay explores their qualities, value and importance.
In this piece, we explore the complexity of culture as it relates to trust, and how every culture is made up of different, evolving “ingredients”. For leaders, getting the recipe right makes all the difference, especially when one considers how culture is built.
In this essay, I introduce a simple, math-based tool focusing on Character, Connections and Competency to help me assess the health of all of my relationships. It makes it almost easy to better evaluate the levels of trust within our relationships and talk about about what’s working and what’s not.
It’s important to get outside. Nature provides immense benefits to health and wellbeing while providing a new perspective to leaders. It’s as easy as getting outdoors.
At the risk of stating the obvious, Trust matters. If a tribe’s values, interests, competencies, goals and respect for our unalienable rights and Needs are not shared or complementary, it’s more than likely they will find themselves in some form of conflict.
Research indicates that the vast majority of highly successful organizations are High Trust Companies that have high-trust relationships with their stakeholders. After all, how can a leader, a company or an institution be effective without being trusted?