Archived: What my Mom taught me about leadership

My Mom: The first person I laid eyes on, the first person to guide me by the hand, my first love and my first model of leadership. While I didn’t know it as a child and disregarded it as an adolescent, my Mom taught me a lot about leadership. Like most great leaders, she never sat me […]

What my Mom taught me about leadership

My Mom: The first person I laid eyes on, the first person to guide me by the hand, my first love and my first model of leadership. While I didn’t know it as a child and disregarded it as an adolescent, my Mom taught me a lot about leadership. Like most great leaders, she never sat meContinue reading “What my Mom taught me about leadership”

Video: Basics of Inter-organizational Trust

No time to go through the Twelve Weeks to Trust blog series? How about 15 minutes for a video recap on A basic definition of trust The difference between inter-personal, organizational and inter-organizational trust The essential ingredient for trust (spoiler alert: it’s benevolence or goodwill!) Key benefits of inter-organizational trust A peek at why inter-organizationalContinue reading “Video: Basics of Inter-organizational Trust”

Reputation as a Source of Inter-organizational Trust — Week 8: Twelve Weeks to Trust

Experts believe that intangible assets like brand, client lists, reputation, etc.  can be worth up to one-third of a company’s market value. Why? A solid reputation acts as a shortcut to trust – a third party (individual or an organization) acts as a “proof source” or “proxy for trust” vouching for the credibility and goodwillContinue reading “Reputation as a Source of Inter-organizational Trust — Week 8: Twelve Weeks to Trust”