In this episode, Damon sits down with Rachel Botsman, a leading expert and author on trust in the modern world, to discuss the positive impact of trust in the workplace.
You'll hear Rachel and Damon discuss:
- How Rachel navigated the changes to her professional life without being on physical stages with audiences.
- The process Rachel uses before she creates a new keynote speech.
- The definition Rachel uses for trust: “Trust is a confident relationship with the unknown.”
- The relationship between trust, humility and ego.
- The rise of employee activism and why employees want to know just what their organization stands for, but also what a company stands against.
- Analyzing the role that vulnerability has on trust when building new relationships.
- Four phrases we need to rethink in the workplace
Rachel Botsman is a trust expert, author, and lecturer at Oxford University. She is passionate about teaching people how to think differently and challenge ideas around trust and humility.
She has been recognized as one of the world’s 30 most influential management thinkers by Thinkers50, one of the Top 10 most influential voices in the UK on LinkedIn and honoured as a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum.
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Rethinking Trust at Work with Rachel Botsman
1:08:03In this episode, Damon sits down with Rachel Botsman, a leading expert and author on trust in the modern world, to discuss the positive impact of trust in the workplace. You'll hear Rachel and Damon discuss: How Rachel navigated the changes to her professional life without being on physical stages with audiences. The process Rachel uses before she creates a new keynote speech. The definition Rachel uses for trust: “Trust is a confident relationship with the unknown.” The relationship between trust, humility and ego. The rise of employee activism and why employees want to know just what their organization stands for, but also what a company stands against. Analyzing the role that vulnerability has on trust when building new relationships. Four phrases we need to rethink in the workplaceRachel Botsman is a trust expert, author, and lecturer at Oxford University. She is passionate about teaching people how to think differently and challenge ideas around trust and humility.She has been recognized as one of the world’s 30 most influential management thinkers by Thinkers50, one of the Top 10 most influential voices in the UK on LinkedIn and honoured as a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum.
How Carman’s Kitchen achieved 96% employee engagement by focusing on the whole employee experience.
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How the Major League Baseball connected the dots between the fan experience and the employee experience
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Increasing emotional agility in the workplace with Claude Silver and Susan David
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How to build an anti-racist organization, with Aubrey Blanche
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How to learn, unlearn & stay curious at work, with Chip Conley
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