This report, produced in a collaboration between the CIPD and the University of Bath, looks at HR systems and processes in organisations that cultivate trustworthy leaders. It explores the sorts of organisational cultures or ecosystems that enable trustworthiness to thrive.
The report includes a number of case studies which highlight innovative practice in the selection and development of trustworthy leaders, and in assessing and rewarding trustworthiness.
The case studies include: Aberdeenshire Council, ABN AMRO, BAE Systems, BBC Worldwide, the Church of England, Day Lewis Pharmacy Group, GKN, Her Majesty's Revenue & Customs, John Lewis Partnership, Kingston Hospital NHS Trust, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust, Serco and Unilever.
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