Nov 2018


Trust is essential to the sustainability and growth of any relationship and is a key currency by which we forge relationships with our donors and volunteers. But in recent years, Canadians have begun to exhibit declining levels of trust in many institutions, including those in the charitable sector. In thinking about how to regain that trust, the key is to focus on how to we can be trustworthy. In this episode of The Ask, we speak to the Right Honourable David Johnston about his book Trust: Twenty Ways to Build a Better Country in which he outlines what individuals, organizations and even societies can and should do to build stronger, more trusting relationships.

 

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