LRN’s Mike Eichenwald and Jan Stanley on Building Cultures of Trust — Human Resource Executive

October 11, 2017 LRN Corporation

Despite a common understanding of the many benefits of trust in a workplace culture, the challenges of establishing a trust-based organization have never been greater. This difficulty often comes from a misunderstanding of what trust really is: it’s not simply the expectation that a person or organization will do what you requested, but a profound act of vulnerability that occurs on a human scale.

Although it’s challenging, HR leaders can take concrete and effective steps toward building trust into their companies’ cultures, explain Mike Eichenwald and Jan Stanley in Human Resource Executive Online. By focusing on three key ingredients of trust, HR leaders can up the ante on creating a culture of trust in their organization. The ingredients are: character, connection and conviction.

Click here for the full article in Human Resource Executive Online.

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