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Tuesday, July 4, 2017

We Don’t Have a Crisis of Trust – We Have a Crisis of Untrustworthy Leaders | Leading with Trust

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“An Implosion of Trust”—That’s the headline of the executive summary of Edelman’s 2017 Trust Barometer. Their annual trust survey and report goes on to cite grim statistics about the state of trust in the world: Trust in government, business, media, and NGOs declined broadly over the last year, the first time this has happened with all four institutions in the 17 years Edelman has been tracking trust. Only 29% of respondents say government officials are credible and just 39% say the same about .  show all text
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