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Trust - in surplus or deficit?

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Charities are generally, and rightly, seen as performing better than businesses on the ethics front.

Institutional trust trends are on weak foundations. The recently released 2020 Edelman Trust Survey found that institutional trust among the general population decreased in Australia by one point (from 48% in 2019 to 47% in 2020)..

What can we do to increase trust?

We need to rethink this in collaboration between sectors and society to find a trusted way forward.

https://www.csi.edu.au/news/charities-trust-surplus-or-deficit/





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Lynn Wood @ 2020.03.11 8:57 PM

I attended an inspiring talk by Hon Nick Greiner AC today at the UUSC and he said that authenticity is the key to trust. Being yourself is a great start. 


lynnwood @ 2020.03.14 9:37 PM

Very Interesting that "most of our brains are hard-wired for a “default to truth”. While this might leave us open to deception...the bottom line is that civil society simply cannot function without default to truth”. We need inherent trust in society for society to function as we need it to".

We currently have interns supported by the Centre for Social Impact at UNSW developing a deeper understanding of the value proposition of IdeaSpies to universities and trust is a very important factor.


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