For those unfamiliar, the Carnival of Trust is a monthly collection of the most compelling and thought-provoking posts dealing with the subject of trust within the blogosphere. Each month, the Carnival is hosted by an experienced blogger—who has his or her own strong ideas on the subject of trust. The definition and selection of which posts make the grade is left to the host; each host infuses the selection and commentary with their own perspective and thoughts on the overall subject at hand. The result? A few minutes of great reading.
This month Bret has collected some juicy blogposts that delve into the concept of interpersonal relationships, especially those in a work setting, answering the following questions:
- How do you improve your relationship with your team?
- Do you protect your friends?
- How do you earn respect as a leader in the workplace?
- What does the decline of peer trust mean for social marketing?
- Is there a short-cut to trust in a business start-up?
You’re not going to find this much consolidated brain-power anywhere else! Sit back, relax and treat yourself to some brilliant insights into the world of earning, establishing, and gaining trust.
Many thanks to Bret L. Simmons for hosting this month. If you liked this month’s Carnival of Trust, you might enjoy looking at past Carnivals as well. And if you’d like to see your blogpost up there in the lights, please do contribute your post (or someone else’s you’d like to nominate) at this site.
Again, enjoy the February Carnival of Trust!