Trust: Our True Currency Pt. I

According to a recent report entitled: Trust: A Primer on Current Thinking from the Institute For Global Ethics, people who do not trust each other end up cooperating only under a system of formal rules and regulations. To further compound the issue, this rigid system of rules has to be negotiated, agreed to, litigated and enforced, sometimes by coercive means. Not really a positive environment to foster business. Given our new economic norm and a more suspicious public, the timing for this dialogue seems keenly appropriate.
On Part 1 of this special 2 part Carolina Business Review, we discuss character and trust with Corporate Director and Governance expert Peter Browning, Medical and Cancer Center Director Dr. Jeffrey Kneisl, Pastor Chris Payne and Rabbi Judi Schindler.

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