There’s no humble way to say this. Joe Schmidt is a fan of Trust Rules. That’s ‘Joe Schmidt’ the God-like walks-on-water Head Coach of Ireland’s Rugby Six-Nations Grand Slam winning team. I know this because The Sunday Times wrote about it last week. I’m flattered and thrilled beyond words. Naturally. I’ve spent the last few…
Praise from friends or family counts for a lot, but unsolicited recognition from a stranger can often mean more because they have no reason to lie to or about you!!
Do you keep your promises? If you’re like most managers, you believe that you do. I’ve yet to meet a manager who admits that they regularly break their promises, yet most employees tell me that their managers often fail to follow through. How can that be?
I’m in Istanbul for the “People, Culture & Branding” Conference and it’s astonishing how the core “Trust Rules” messages of decency, truth and consistency resonate with audiences regardless of nationality, ethnicity or anything else.
Management schools rarely focus on trust between bosses and the people who work for them – and yet nothing is more important to the job. Sunday Business Post article by Bob, 8th October 2017
The Brazil edition of Trust Rules, published by Primavera Editorial (in Portuguese, naturally!), was launched on 21st September 2017 in Sao Paolo, Brazil.