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Building Trust

Building Trust

Author: Robert C. Solomon

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780199839469

Category: Philosophy

Page: 192

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In business, politics, marriage, indeed in any significant relationship, trust is the essential precondition upon which all real success depends. But what, precisely, is trust? How can it be achieved and sustained? And, most importantly, how can it be regained once it has been broken? In Building Trust, Robert C. Solomon and Fernando Flores offer compelling answers to these questions. They argue that trust is not something that simply exists from the beginning, something we can assume or take for granted; that it is not a static quality or "social glue." Instead, they assert that trust is an emotional skill, an active and dynamic part of our lives that we build and sustain with our promises and commitments, our emotions and integrity. In looking closely at the effects of mistrust, such as insidious office politics that can sabotage a company's efficiency, Solomon and Flores demonstrate how to move from na?ve trust that is easily shattered to an authentic trust that is sophisticated, reflective, and possible to renew. As the global economy makes us more and more reliant on "strangers," and as our political and personal interactions become more complex, Building Trust offers invaluable insight into a vital aspect of human relationships.

Building Trust

Building Trust

Author: Michael Joseph Fuchs

Publisher: World Bank Publications

ISBN: 0821351613

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 359

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Russia's economy has come a long way during its first ten years of transition to a market economy. This publication examines the progress made within the Russian financial sector to promote banking reforms in order to build trust in the stability of the marketplace. The problems and potential solutions identified will also be of relevance to the financial sector within other transition economies.

Drivers of Trust in Public Institutions in Norway

Drivers of Trust in Public Institutions in Norway

Author: OECD

Publisher: OECD Publishing

ISBN: 9789264553828


Page: 150

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Trust in public institutions is a cornerstone of the Norwegian administrative and political model. It has also been a crucial element in Norway’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Preserving and strengthening this “trust capital” will be essential for Norway in addressing future trade-offs and challenges, such as ensuring the sustainability of the welfare model, coping with climate change and maintaining social cohesion.

Building Trust Through Civic Engagement

Building Trust Through Civic Engagement


Publisher: United Nations Publications

ISBN: UCBK:C102590728

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 258

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Falling levels of trust in government have become an increasingly significant issue of global scale, affecting governments in both developing and developed regions. This publication is the result of the Workshop on Building Trust through Civic Engagement which took place in Vienna in 2007. It explores the role of civic engagement in building trust in government, highlights best practices and lessons learned from previous experiences in civic participation and address the institutional forms and capacity building issues related to forging ongoing partnerships to foster civic engagement in government processes.

Holistic Nursing

Holistic Nursing

Author: Barbara Montgomery Dossey

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning

ISBN: 9780763754297

Category: Medical

Page: 785

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Holistic Nursing: A Handbook for Practice, Third Edition is for all nurses who are interested in gaining in-depth knowledge of holistic nursing. the book can be used as a basic text in undergraduate, elective, and continuing education courses. It provides a user-friendly nursing process format, standards of holistic nursing practice care plans with patient outcomes, outcome criteria, and evaluation guidelines for clinical practice to nurses in acute care, home care, and hospice, and those who are clinical specialists, educators, and bedside practitioners.

Helping At-risk Students

Helping At-risk Students

Author: Jill Waterman

Publisher: Guilford Press

ISBN: 9781606230022

Category: Education

Page: 289

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Engaging, activity based, and effective, this widely used group counseling curriculum (the SPARK program) is designed for flexible implementation in school or clinical settings. The program helps youth build skills for school success and social-emotional growth while exploring such crucial topics as personal goals, ethnic identity and prejudice, peer pressure, violence prevention, and family relationships. Featured are 36 reproducible handouts and forms—plus Spanish-language versions of the 32 handouts—in a large-size format with lay-flat binding for ease of use. New to This Edition *Revised and expanded to incorporate new findings and field-tested strategies. *New module on male–female relationships. *New sessions on emotion regulation, communication, and relational aggression. *Strategies for whole-class implementation have been added. *Nearly half of the 68 reproducibles are new or revised.

Blue Shark Team-Building

Blue Shark Team-Building

Author: Rizwan Amin Sheikh

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781000459951

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 277

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Teams working in a crisis are operating in a high turbulence environment. Blue Shark Teams thrive in a crisis. They swim through turbulence and glide to project success. This book reveals the concepts and practical insight on how to create and lead Blue Shark Teams. The Blue Shark Model of Leading High-Performance Teams is based on Daniel Goleman’s emotional intelligence model and Bruce Tuckman’s team-building model (forming, storming, norming, performing, and adjourning). This book shows how to apply these models to large companies, small-to-medium size businesses, and projects during a crisis. It explains how managers can develop their leadership style and lead high-performance teams. A real-life case study, which was a success story during the COVID-19 pandemic, is discussed to elaborate the team-building and emotional intelligence models. The lessons learned from this case study can be applied to any crisis in any industry across the spectrum, including healthcare, IT, telecom, construction, manufacturing, oil and gas, airlines, financial services, retail, public sector, and consulting. The book arms executives and managers with the concepts and techniques to lead and manage projects, teams, and companies during turbulent and volatile times. If you are a CEO, CIO, CTO, or CXO of a Fortune 500 company, a mid-to-small size Business Owner, a Project Manager, or a Senior Executive facing a crisis, then this book is for you. It describes real-life case studies and projects that shows how the theoretical frameworks and models developed by leading researchers can be applied successfully to companies and projects, especially during a crisis and pandemic such as COVID-19.

Media Trust in a Digital World

Media Trust in a Digital World

Author: Thomas Osburg

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030307745

Category: Social Science

Page: 262

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This book examines the shifting role of media trust in a digital world, and critically analyzes how news and stories are created, distributed and consumed. Emphasis is placed on the current challenges and possible solutions to regain trust and restore credibility. The book reveals the role of trust in communication, in society and in media, and subsequently addresses media at the crossroads, as evinced by phenomena like gatekeepers, echo chambers and fake news. The following chapters explore truth and trust in journalism, the role of algorithms and robots in media, and the relation between social media and individual trust. The book then presents case studies highlighting how media creates trust in the contexts of: brands and businesses, politics and non-governmental organizations, science and education. In closing, it discusses the road ahead, with a focus on users, writers, platforms and communication in general, and on media competency, skills and education in particular.

Analysing the Trust–Transparency Nexus

Analysing the Trust–Transparency Nexus

Author: Stafford, Ian

Publisher: Policy Press

ISBN: 9781447355236

Category: Political Science

Page: 208

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Is transparency a necessary condition to build and restore citizen and civil society trust in governance and democracy? Throughout Europe, there is a growing demand for effective forms of citizen engagement and decentralisation in policy-making to increase trust and engage increasingly diverse populations. This volume addresses the relationship between trust and transparency in the context of multi-level governance. Drawing on fieldwork from the UK, France and Germany, this comparative analysis examines different efforts to build trust between key actors involved in decision-making at the sub-national level. It outlines the challenges of delivering this agenda and explores the paradox that trust might require transparency, yet in some instances transparency may undermine trust.

Manager-subordinate Trust

Manager-subordinate Trust

Author: Pablo Cardona

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780415898102

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 321

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This volume in the Routledge Global Human Resource Management Series is dedicated to analyzing the process of trust development between managers and subordinates in different countries of the main cultures of the world. Behaviors and trust are linked in a process that can reinforce or diminish the trust between the two parties. This book examines that process in an array of countries, contextualizing each setting through a brief historical, institutional, and cultural overview. Addressing the dominant HR practices and the main local leadership styles of each country, it draws upon an extensive country-by-country data set of leader-subordinate trust to analyze the universal and culturally-specific elements of this process. With its rigorous research, insightful analysis, and consistent presentation, this book will help readers to systematically compare the process across countries to draw conclusions and analyze HR implications. This book is intended as a text for graduate courses in Cross Cultural Business, International Human Resource Management and Cross Cultural Organisational Psychology. In addition to a student market, the text will also be of interest to the reflective practitioner operating in different cultural settings who requires a contextual knowledge of key aspects of workplace relations, management style and host country situation.

Everything You Need for Mathematics Coaching

Everything You Need for Mathematics Coaching

Author: Maggie B. McGatha

Publisher: Corwin Press

ISBN: 9781544316994

Category: Education

Page: 360

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Plan, focus, and lead: Your toolkit for inspiring math teachers What’s your go-to resource for guiding teachers to grow mathematics proficiency in their classrooms? This comprehensive toolkit for busy math coaches positions student learning as the focus of all work, and connects the Eight Mathematical Practices for students with NCTM’s Eight Effective Teaching Practices to deliver coaching strategies that work. Use the coaching cycle—plan, gather data, reflect—to build trust and rapport with teachers. Navigate coaching conversations. Plan, focus, and facilitate professional learning communities. Includes examples from the field, resources, and a plethora of tools to download and share. Create a professional learning plan that empowers you to lead with clarity and purpose.