Recently, Great Places to Work came out with the Global Top 25 places to work list. Companies like SAS Institute, Google, NetApp, Kimberly-Clark, and Microsoft are at the top of the list of the greatest places to work. Although these companies are corporate empires that bring in millions, if not billions, of dollars a year, they have shown that their foundation of success is built on trust, not money, which is the currency of business and life. Trust is what placed them on the Global Top 25 list.
You don't have to be a multi-million or billion dollar company to be a trusted organization.
How can you begin to be more trusted? Do you have a clear vision & mission? Google’s mission is simple: Organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful.
If you have a clear vision, aree you sharing it every 30 days? If not, your organization doesn't know it.
How can you begin to show clarity, compassion, character, competency, commitment, contribution and consistency in your organization and relationships? It's the little things done consistenly that builds trust. Start with following through on those pillars and you will begin to build a stronger bottom line and be on the track to becoming a trusted organization and individual.
Measure the level of trust in your company or organization through the Trust Index Assessment.
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