Public trust in our governments, elected leaders, NGOs, business and the media is at an all time low.
In an era of unprecedented access to information and technological disruption, we're witnessing a broadening gap in trust inequality between the 'far-more-skeptical' mass population and more trusting 'informed public' (2019 Edelman Trust Barometer).
So what does this mean for the future of democracies and our communities, or our relationships with stakeholders, consumers and customers?
I BELIEVE THAT BY FOCUSING ON THE RESTORATION OF TRUST AND CREATION OF PUBLIC VALUE; GOVERNMENTS, INSTITUTIONS AND BRANDS CAN BEGIN TO EVOLVE THEIR CONTRACTS WITH SOCIETY AND START TO REDEFINE A BETTER ALTERNATE FUTURE
Bronwyn Voyce is a former local government elected Councillor, a Smart Cities expert and experienced strategic advisor. She works with public, private and NGO sector leaders as well as startup founders to solve immediate business challenges and develop transformative strategies. Her approach is underpinned by pragmatism and simplifying complexity and she has a brilliant grasp on the macro-micro challenges associated with systems change, civic engagement and human-centred design.
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