Trust between partners in a learning community is a key part of successful Principled Innovation. In sharing values (PI Practice M1), trustworthiness allows hidden reservations to be safely surfaced in discussing challenges. In making ethical decisions (PI Practice M2), trustworthiness gives us the confidence to take a chance on new ideas (PI Practice P2). This 1-minute video highlights five critical components of trustworthiness and provides the foundation for a short classroom discussion.
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