Building a Culture of Trust: Findings from the Social Workplace Trust Study

Webinars

Recorded on 9 December 2013

Learn the bottom-line benefits of using social media in the workplace as Francois Gossieaux and Ed Moran, co-founders of Human 1.0, present findings from the first edition of the Social Workplace Trust Study. The study, which was conducted by Human 1.0 in partnership with IABC, The Great Place to Work Institute, and The Society for New Communications Research, explores the relationship between workplace trust and employee social media use. Gossieaux and Moran will walk through the study’s key findings, covering social media’s effect on productivity, the relation of age and job level to social media, and the effect that open communication has on trust among employees.

Presenter/Francois Gossieaux, is the co-founder and co-president of Human 1.0 and co-author of the award-winning book, The Hyper-Social Organization. He is currently working with Ed Moran and Carnegie Mellon University on the research for his next book, tentatively titled, Culture Trumps Strategy. Francois has a long history as a marketing executive at both large and small companies, and has been a pioneer in leveraging the Internet and the social Web as part of business.

Presenter/Ed Moran, is the co-founder and co-president of Human 1.0 and co-author of the award-winning book, The Hyper-Social Organization. He is currently working with Francois Gossieaux and Carnegie Mellon University on the research for his next book, tentatively titled, Culture Trumps Strategy. Ed previously was the head of innovation and insight at Deloitte, where he was also responsible for most research programs.

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