Echo Chamber 2019, London - The philosophy of trust
6th November 2019 - London, The Ivy
“Trust Zone. Getting behind Trust v Trustworthiness – Thinking Clearly Through Complexity”
Questions on the value of business to society and calls for government action are on the rise. As Echo’s research shows not all businesses are trusted the same way. What does it take to be trustworthy today and how does this affect corporates behaviour in the future?
This was discussed by Trust Philosopher, Dr. Brennan Jacoby and BBC presenter Matthew Gwyther.
Dr. Brennan Jacoby is a philosopher known for clearly articulating complex ideas and helping others develop new ways of thinking. Philosopher and Founder of Philosophy at Work, Brennan’s doctoral research analysed trust and betrayal, and he has helped clients across a variety of sectors respond well to broken trust, cultivate trustworthiness, and better understand the meaning of trust in their own context.
Matthew Gwyther, former editor of Management Today, and presenter on BBC Radio 4’s In Business programme. Co-author of Exposure, the book on whistleblower Michael Woodford, former CEO of Olympus, Japan.