Nowadays trust is a central topic for organisations to manage successfully. It is important they are aware of its value to them, as those who can harness its power can be more effective, more resilient both internally and with external partners. In the commercial world, companies use trust as a signal in their advertising. The media build their headlines around this topic when situations turn sour, adding an external dimension to the fronts on which organizations in trouble have to fight. Political leaders try to build their reputations on it, and again research we have done shows trust is vital to both organisation and political leaders.


How I can help you?

Evidence Summaries: brief and focused summaries of evidence in response to specific information requests about trust.

Policy briefings/reports: up to date comprehensive and concise policy briefings for business managers and policymakers; focused on practical implications.

Analysis: analyse primary and secondary data from your organisation with qualitative (NVivo, MaxQDA) or quantitative (SPSS, MPlus, Partial Least Square (PLS), Advanced meta-analysis) approaches.

Evaluations: what is your trust level? Where can you improve trust in your organisation and how can you do this? Realistic and practical solutions based on specialist toolkits.

Training: trainings for building trust in your organisation and engaging employees. Our team bring both academic and professional experience to deliver best practice support.

Research collaboration: academics and professional bodies across the globe. Access to this network of expertise for academic or business needs

Prof. Dr. Ann-Marie Nienaber
Professor in Human Resource Management and Organisational Behavior

Head of Research Group: Trust and Workplaces

Coventry University, United Kingdom
(Modern University of the Year 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017)
Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations