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A Pecha Kucha presentation (20 slides in 20sec each) about trust. Why is it important in modern enterprises and how can we achieve it.

A Pecha Kucha presentation (20 slides in 20sec each) about trust. Why is it important in modern enterprises and how can we achieve it.

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  • 1. Trust me – this is important Christof Braun Manage Agile! Network
  • 2. Successful enterprises must transition to agile, networked, living and learning organizations, ready to adapt and change quickly.
  • 3. Leaders in such an organization can no longer trust in power but must rely on the power of trust.
  • 4. Self-organized teams are a corner stone of modern organizations. Only in a trustful relationship will delegation of decision making work.
  • 5. What is trust? Two definitions are relevant to this discussion.
  • 6. Trust is the believe by the trustor that the trustee is capable of delivering on a promise.
  • 7. Trust is the believe by the trustor that the trustee is honest and fair and will not exploit the trustor's vulnerability.
  • 8. Trust is declining “Most people can be trusted”
  • 9. But trust still works! A Panera Bread restaurant, where you decide how much you pay. I trust orders on handshake – no contract required – never had problems.
  • 10. Four trust relationships in an organization 1. The leader trusts her team
  • 11. Four trust relationships in an organization 2. The team trusts the leader
  • 12. Four trust relationships in an organization 3. The team members trust each other.
  • 13. Four trust relationships in an organization 4. The leader trusts herself.
  • 14. Giving trust is taking a risk. Trying to reduce the risk means reducing the trust.
  • 15. How can trust grow? Transparency – Dare to bare.
  • 16. How can trust grow? Strong personal connection know each other.
  • 17. How can trust grow? Practice what you preach and Lead by example.
  • 18. What if it fails? Don't punish everyone with increased control. Consider it an investment – learn from it. But unfair behavior still needs consequences.
  • 19. A trust culture can grow. If you start with trust and stick with it, others will follow.
  • 20. So – take the plunge, do not be afraid to risk it. Trust yourself to trust!