With trust declining in existing institutions, what can corporations do better?

At the end of the day, it’s all about slowing down to speed up.

Would you agree?

In this episode, Brent Mekosh is joined by Geoff Hudson-Searle, Douglas Lines, and Karen Jones to talk about the lack of trust in institutions. Join in as they cover the role of politics and the media and ways we can work together as a society to rebuild trust within corporations.

Brent, Geoff, Douglas, and Karen discuss:

  • Reasons trust has declined in larger institutions
  • Toxic leadership and how it impacts different organizations
  • The value of embracing long-term strategies, feedback, and new perspectives as a team leader
  • How to incorporate self-awareness, empowerment, and purpose to achieve company success
  • And more!

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About Geoff Hudson-Searle:

Geoff Hudson-Searle is an independent non-executive director across regulation, technology, and internet security, a C-Suite executive on private and listed companies, and a serial business advisor for growth-phase tech companies.

With more than 30 years of experience in international business and management, he is the author of five books and lectures at business forums, conferences, and universities. He has been the focus of TEDx and RT Europe’s business documentaries across various thought leadership topics and his authorisms.

About Karen Jones:

Using data that indicates where to focus attention, Karen Jones specializes in high-impact development programs for teams and one-to-one coaching that operate at the deep level of attitudes and habits. This work leads to effective management and leadership styles that drive compassionate accountability and progress.

About Douglas Lines:

Douglas Lines is a digital-first leader with a successful track record of growing and transforming businesses as well as innovating and commercializing new digital business models, including successfully launching a global EdTech start-up, amongst others. Douglas has been enabled by building a design thinking school in collaboration with Duke and Stanford Universities, appreciating the application of new technologies and having mastered business model innovation and cultural transformation practices.