If you’re trying to sell your services, you already know the value of being trusted. Being trusted increases value, cuts time, lowers costs, and increases profitability—both for us and for our clients. As a solo practitioner, being trustworthy is pretty straightforward (note that I didn’t say it’s easy). But when you are part of a […]
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- Trusted Transactions, or Trusted Relationships?June 11, 2018 - 8:58 am
All the surveys say we’re in a crisis of trust. But which crisis? Is it one of morality, or of social engineering. We need both solutions, not either/or.
- The Reverse Elevator Speech: Disaster and RecoveryJune 4, 2018 - 6:01 am
Trust requires that someone take a risk. Perversely, that means the avoidance of risk is tantamount to preventing trust. One of the hardest things to do is to recognize this need in the face of mundane, everyday interactions, where it always seems that taking a risk is inappropriate. So rather than give a mundane business […]