Building and repairing trust in organisations

Society’s trust in business and government is at a historic low. From the global financial crisis to the misuse of Facebook data, cheating in cricket and revelations from the Royal Commission – it is clear organisational trust failures and scandals have a detrimental effect on public confidence.

Yet, trust underpins an organisations’ social licence to operate and its relationship with customers, staff and other stakeholders. A deficit of trust can greatly affect society as a whole. So how can trust be built, retained and restored in your business?

UQ Business School organisational trust expert, Associate Professor Nicole Gillespie and Global Head of Business & Human Rights Network at KPMG, Richard Boele will discuss the importance of maintaining trust, how to create high-trust organisations and how to rebuild trust after a breach.

Guests will also have the opportunity to network with fellow UQ alumni and industry guests over drinks and canapés.

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