The Economist explains how to tell when your boss is lying, and that no, his lips moving is not enough to be completely sure.
Michael Maslansky, in an older but excellent post, analyzes Toyota CEO Akio Toyoda’s apology, pointing out what works, what doesn’t, and why. Apologizing effectively is a key skill for keeping trust, so this is an important post.
Katrin Beinhold writes on Henry Kissingers calls for mutual trust in US-China relations. The insightful discussion applies to personal and professional relationships.
Journalism Professor Jay Rosen writes a fascinating history of the press from before there was anything resembling a "free" press, to the current changes largely caused by the Internet, noting how power dynamics have changed. Only portions are specifically about trust, but in a broader sense it might all be seen as trust-related.
The Trust Matters Review highlights the best articles and posts on trust our research has turned up in the last month.
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