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Aug 10, 2016

Is trust earned or given? Hint: Neither. On this episode of Inside Quest, best-selling author David Burkus reveals the secrets to building trust at work and at home. 

In an in-depth interview with Tom Bilyeu, management professor and creativity myth-buster David Burkus discusses the human side of business. Covering topics as diverse as Brazilian jiu jitsu and mindfulness, David explains why trust must begin with vulnerability and how to recover from failed ventures by competing with people who are better than you.

Drawing parallels between jiu jitsu and business, David shares insights on how companies and employees can achieve more success and grow faster. Challenging professional norms and corporate dogma, David cites cases after case of companies employing innovative practices that have achieved great results. One example is the counter-intuitive notion of unlimited vacation policy. David explains the psychological processes behind this policy that make it a success for both employees and management.

Don't miss this fascinating journey into the mind of one of the most-forward thinking management experts today.

What you'll learn in this Episode:

  1. Why there is no wrong way.
  2. The benefits of the growth mindset in martial arts.
  3. How to challenge and grow yourself.
  4. How to use friendly competition to your advantage.
  5. Why injecting a culture of "help" creates opportunities for mentorships.
  6. Establishing group norms.
  7. What it means to be an employee today.
  8. The building blocks of trust.
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