Help us make more Podcasts on Trust in 2023
Hello listeners and admirers of the TrustTalk podcast!
We are reaching out to ask for your support in helping us to bring you engaging and informative interviews with interesting guests. Producing a high-quality podcast takes a lot of time and resources, and we rely on donations from listeners like you to help cover our costs.
Your donations will enable us to continue interviewing trust experts, as well as pay for necessary equipment and services that help us bring you the best possible listening experience.
If you have enjoyed any of the 59 episodes of TrustTalk and would like to see it continue, we would greatly appreciate any contribution you can make. No donation is too small, and every bit helps us bring you the content you like.
Thank you for your support and for being a part of the TrustTalk community. We couldn’t do it without you!
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I am really thankful for your support! I wish you a Merry Christmas and a Wonderful 2023!
Your TrustTalk podcast host, Severin de Wit
The TrustTalk podcast covers all aspects of trust. Trust is more relevant than ever. Trust is everywhere. Trust has many faces. We will dive in all aspects of trust in the lives of people: trust in technology, social networks, trust in politicians, trust in facts, communications and journalism, the judiciary, your partner, employer, or employee. Trust is not something that comes for free, most of the time it requires a lot of effort to gain and once gained, to keep it. Without Trust, nothing works.
We are exploring trust by interviewing experts from all over the world to talk about their research, experience or thoughts about trust.
Our guest today is Emily Frolick, lead partner of KPMG’s “Trusted Imperative”, a new, proactive, strategic approach to risk management that creates a powerful platform for growth and innovation. By inspiring trust in customers, investors, employees, suppliers, communities and regulators, businesses can achieve sustainable advances in performance and efficiency. She talks about the different risks that companies face, including regulation, technology disruption, brand reputation, environmental factors, and cyber risks.
In the area of digital transformation, she notices significant changes to businesses, from moving key functions to the cloud to creating new digital offerings and ways to not overlook the role of trust. She talks about a cultural change project by KPMG, conducting interviews and workshops with key stakeholders to identify challenges and desired outcomes, leading to a better understanding of the steps needed to create a culture of trust and accountability.