Using TrustIQ to Understand and Enhance Trust in Your Organization Virtual Demo – 2021

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Michael Bondar, Deloitte & Touche LLP
Cynthia Vitters, Deloitte & Touche LLP

Reputational Risk and the Future of Trust: Using TrustIQ to Understand and Enhance Trust in Your Organization Deloitte understands that in today’s hyper-connected world, your organization’s reputation will drive your planning, strategy and purpose. Trust and reputation are inextricably linked, with trust being the foundation of all meaningful relationships between an entity and its various stakeholders at both the individual and organizational levels. A nice-to-have is now a must-have; a principle is now a catalyst; a value is now invaluable. In this session Deloitte’s Future of Trust practice will provide a demonstration of TrustIQ, a data-driven solution that assesses both internal and external perceptions of levels of trust in your organization. We will explore the various domains of trust, how to anticipate risks to your reputation before they manifest, and how to take action to enhance and build trust with your stakeholders.

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