Good leaders exude trust, believability and congruence. You know where you stand with them. They are clear. You don’t even have to like them a follow them and work with them. These leaders are great because they are authentic.
As most commuters are already aware, a large section of London’s rail network will be severely disrupted by upgrades to Waterloo station, which will see over half of its platforms closed for the majority of August.
It is no secret that the more meaningful brands are relishing increased sales within respective markets and, more than ever, are more conscious about bridging the trust gap as it’s a key factor of driving sales figures.
As products gain depth and promise more benefits, greater claims are made from manufacturers and retailers. People, of course, want to be informed so as to make the best choices. But in whom will they place their trust” That’s where consumer-generated content comes in.
Ice cream chain Ben & Jerry’s won’t serve two scoops of the same flavour in Australia until same-sex marriage is made legal. Creative moves such as this has garnered the company a fabulous reputation for doing good.
Creating strong partnerships and managing them effectively will contribute significantly to your success and happiness.
Whilst the GDPR will introduce significant changes to data protection legislation completely overhauling the current legal framework many bosses still haven?t given thought as to whether current processes comply with the new law.
Nick Gold, managing director of Speakers Corner, unveils how his agency is morphing more towards consultancy from bureau thanks to a shifting business landscape and why tackling the issue of trust has become paramount.
Prior to the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), the EU Data Protection Directive made headlines in 1995 as the first official set of rules governing consumer privacy. But since then, we have become more connected than ever before.
Everybody wants more business: More customers, more referrals, more profit. And if you don’t want more business, you want better business. But none of that will happen if there’s no trust in your brand.
In running a company doing business on both sides of the Atlantic, Lee Biggins had to learn about building trust and having faith in the team he’s built.
Rant & Rave founder Nigel Shanahan explains why he’s placing such an emphasis on brand values in 2017, touching on communication and trust.