Tag Archives: trustworthiness

It’s All About Value, Stupid!

It’s the “Unbearable Lightness of Being” all over again. Having read a semi-sarcastic and justifiably fair assessment of the state of “professionalism” in the service industry and specifically the field of coaching, I thought back a few decades where a … Continue reading

Enchanting Learning

Guy Kawasaki needs no introduction. His latest book, “Enchantment” explains when and why enchantment is necessary, and describes its three pillars: likability, trustworthiness, and a great cause. His visual note of a speech he gave at the South by Southwest … Continue reading

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