Can you imagine how desperately you would want to be reunited with your child in a natural disaster or a crisis? Are you horrified by stories of children being torn from their parents at the Mexico-U.S. border with no plans for reunification?
Only $26 pays the transportation costs to reunite a child with his or her family somewhere in the world. That’s roughly the cost of one of my kids’ music lessons and a fraction of the cost of a week of summer day-camp. Throw in another $20 and you can cover one month of counselling.
You don’t have to feel powerless. Put some good back into the world. I’m glad I did.
Wishing you a wonderful summer.
P.S. I have no professional or personal affiliation with UNICEF, just a desire to help where I can.
Here’s a post by the incomparable Randy Conley, V.P. of Client Services & Trust Practice Leader at Ken Blanchard.
Trust is the absolute, without a doubt, most important ingredient for a successful relationship, especially for leaders. Unfortunately, though, most leaders don’t give much thought to trust until it’s been broken, and that’s the worst time to realize its importance. According to a study by Tolero Solutions, 45% of employees say lack of trust in […]
this week? The conversation ran the gamut from the importance and benefits of trust in – and between – organizations, the results of the 2018 Edelman Trust Barometer which shows declining trust in media, government, NGOs and businesses and, more importantly, how and why companies need to focus on macro-level solutions to address the growing trust deficit.
With Facebook, Starbucks, #metoo, price fixing and other topics hot in the news, there’s never enough time to reveal all the strategies for building trust through formal and informal governance mechanisms, so I hope you enjoy these supplements.
Skip the Master’s degree and read my 12-Weeks to Trust series to discover proven ways to build trust through formal and informal governance mechanisms like less monitoring and hierarchy; simpler contracts; improving communication; adhering to norms and values; creating mechanisms for joint planning and problem-solving, adopting a long-term perspective, etc. No time to read? Check out the 5-minute video below.