In the work I do with non-profits, a great deal of what gets done happens through collaboration. And truly impactful collaboration requires a great deal of trust. Often, that trust is extended as a leap of faith out of commitment to the desired impact more than as a result of past history of working successfully together.Continue reading “Trust Exemplified”
Trust is widely understood as a necessary ingredient for effective leadership and collaboration. But it’s another word we tend to be sloppy about.
Trust requires more than having integrity — or “being trustworthy.” It also requires actually being trusted.Continue reading “Trust”