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The Importance of Trust - What is trust. According to Merriam-Webster’s Online Dictionary, trust is an assumed reliance or the character, ability, and strength of someone or something. My definition of trust is someone who can do something without being checked up on or being able to depend on someone. The focus of this essay will be trust. I will go in depth on trust at home, school and trust in general. Follow me on this journey as I explain why trust is needed and how it betters your character. Let’s begin… Trust is needed everywhere you go....   [tags: Trust] 416 words
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On Trust - 1.0 Basic concept of trust In this situation we need to understand the concept of trust, and we will look onto UEL website and their security level, will try to examine the structure or architecture of this website particular on trust as well as how to manage the risk is a way to trick computer users into revealing personal “In order to establish trust or confidence, there must be some binding of unique attributes in the website that will identify the unique identity. If website has got some elements of trust is commonly called authentication and will provide trust relationship to the users” (Andert et al 2002) Trust can be defined as an integral component that involve many kinds of human interaction, which allow people to act under uncertainty with the negative risks (Artz et al 2007) 1.1 Meaning of trust One way that we can define risk, is an issues that can be avoided or mitigate....   [tags: Outline] 916 words
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Family Trust in William Shakespeare's Plays - Family Trust in William Shakespeare's Plays Family is meant to care for each other, love each other unconditionally, and support each other. Of course, as any holiday at home can prove, complete support is not always possible. Sometimes family members hurt each other and even, in worst-case scenarios, kill each other over issues as important as protecting another or as petty as fighting over a boy. In Shakespeare’s Othello, Macbeth, Hamlet, Romeo and Juliet, King Lear, and The Winter’s Tale, if family members operate with selfish motives, they hurt the hero and contribute to his fall; but if the family supports each other with only love, the hero can redeem himself from his fall and even succeed in finding lasting happiness....   [tags: Family Trust William Shakespeare Essays] 2422 words
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Personal Narrative: Why Trust is Important to Me - Personal Narrative: Why Trust is Important to Me Trust can take on many meanings in today’s society. It can exist in all aspects of our lives, and can have a dramatic impact on one’s personality. Trust, as a noun, is an assured reliance on the character, strength, or truth of someone or something; or a property interest held by one person for the benefit of another. Trust, as a verb, is to permit to stay or go or to do something without fear or misgiving. Trust is very important to me. I, myself, have had numerous experiences with trust, many helpless and some hopeful....   [tags: Trust Character Ethics Essays Values] 981 words
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Honesty and Trust - Honesty and Trust Several decades ago I used to enjoy an occasional lunch in with the late Professor G. Warren Nutter, a distinguished economist who taught at the University of Virginia. Professor Nutter had considerable expertise in comparative economic systems, particularly that of the former Soviet Union. While he had a deep understanding of economic theory, he always stressed that markets do not operate within a vacuum and we gain a greater understanding of human behavior if we paid attention to the role of institutions and other non-market forces....   [tags: Dishonesty Ethics Morals Essays] 837 words
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Death of Trust - In the classic American drama “Death of a Salesman,” Arthur Miller spins a profound and complex narrative around a deluded and shallow shell of a man. In a story overflowing with intimations about the nature and morality of man and the ramifications of mistruths and fantasy, there is one message easily held as predominant: that of Willy Loman’s futile pursuit of the American dream and the reality of its death within him—and the unfortunate sector of humanity that he embodies. This interpretation is so dominant and alluring, in fact, that it neatly obscures a more subtle message seeded patiently by Miller throughout the narrative....   [tags: Classic American Literature]
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Determinants of Organizational Trust - The topic of trust is generating increased interest in marketing and organizational studies. In marketing, Morgan and Hunt (1994) have argued that trust along with commitment are "keys" to cooperative behaviors essential for the success of inter-firm alliances. Despite the widespread agreement on the importance of trust in inter-organizational relationships, there appears to be a lack of consensus on a suitable conceptualization of trust. Trust has been conceptualized and operationalized in a number of different ways and at a variety of levels....   [tags: Business Management ]
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Exploring the Significance of Trust - Trust is the confidence in our reasonable perception of existence, constantly refining and modifying the acquaintance between man and society. In addition, the significance of trust is it's inherent nature to lead mankind towards the evolutionary enlightenment of scientific realism, natural history, and social contracts, all possibly overseen by God's existence. With respect to our engagement with the dichotomies of religion and politics, and of church and state, a trustful continuance by mankind towards understanding assures that new perspectives and applications of social contracts and scientific theories are constantly applied....   [tags: philosophy] 594 words
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Trust Preferred Securities - Trust Preferred Securities Trust Preferred Securities are cumulative preferred stock issued by a business trust that is wholly owned by a bank holding company (BHC) to increase the company’s capital. When originally created in 1993, this security could be classified as debt or equity, as needed, by the issuing company. However, in 2003, the Financial Accounting Standards Board issued Statement No. 150 to standardize classification of Trust Preferred Securities (TPS). A Trust Subsidiary would issue mandatorily redeemable, non-voting preferred stock to 3rd party investors....   [tags: Stocks Economics TPS Essays] 410 words
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Doubtful Trust In Baseball - Baseball has long been considered America's favorite pastime. The qualities of this staple sport go far beyond the realm of simple entertainment; they represent a culture, one that is mired in decades of history, and complemented with the idealistic image of a close-knit family. When one thinks of the United States of America, cultural icons such as the American flag, apple pie, and baseball come to mind. Thus, it is important that when dealing with the economic facets of baseball, one considers the emotional response that can be incurred from the population....   [tags: Sports Baseball] 1232 words
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Empathy and Commitment as the Basis for Trust - Empathy and Commitment as the Basis for Trust In Philoctetes by Sophocles, Odysseus commands Neoptolemos to abandon justice and base a relationship with Philoctetes on dishonesty to gain his trust and ultimately his bow. However, Neoptolemos acknowledges a similar burden plagues Philoctetes that becomes the basis of trust between them. Neoptolemos attempts to reconcile with Odysseus’ orders by stealing the bow and abandoning Philoctetes. Unable to fulfill the orders, Neoptolemos returns to Philoctetes indicating his commitment and his lack of trust with the Atreidai....   [tags: Literature Review] 1582 words
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The Importance of Trust in Leadership - ... His dishonesty was a direct result of his unwillingness to admit what he did was wrong. Withholding information from team members was also a trait this leader employed. O’Toole and Bennis (2009) stated that “Leaders try to hoard and control information because they believe it is a source of power” (p. 11). I consider this to be true for this specific leader. He would deliberately hoard information so that others would not have the same knowledge as he. Again, this deceitful act was an indication of his lack of communicating honestly and his lack of integrity....   [tags: Leadership ]
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Declining Trust In Our Government - Declining Trust in Our Government Is the American people's trust in our government declining. According to most people, it definitely is. Recent polls make this argument very valid. In 1995, the Princeton Survey Research Associates conducted a telephone interview of 1514 random sample adults. In this interview, people were asked how much of the time they trusted in the federal government to do the right thing. Twenty- one percent said most of the time and seventy-one percent said only some of the time....   [tags: essays research papers] 1006 words
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The Ground Work Trust - The Ground Work Trust The first Groundwork Trust was established 21 years ago on Merseyside. Seventeen years later, there are 44 independent Groundwork companies all over England, Wales and Northern Ireland, each with charitable objectives to bring social and economic regeneration into areas of need. The Groundwork approach has also been adopted in Japan and the USA where the National Park Service is supporting a growing number of Trusts. Groundwork's purpose is "to build sustainable communities through joint environmental action"....   [tags: Papers] 463 words
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Trust in Self-Reliance - Trust in Self-Reliance Trust yourself, your intuition, and your nature. According to Emerson's Self-Reliance, these qualities are essential to contentment and harmony with one's self. Self-reliance is an appeal to the individual to obey his instincts and to challenge tradition and conventional wisdom. According to Emerson, those who are truly self-reliant have the ability to mark their place in history as great and genuinely creative men. Emerson urges the reader to live by his instinct and listen to his intuition, "Trust thyself: every heart vibrates to that iron string." Don’t fear your original thoughts, trust them and live accordingly....   [tags: Self Reliance Essays] 622 words
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Anti-Trust Laws - Anti-Trust Laws The anti-trust movement in America during the late 1800s and early 1900s is a prime example of the conflict in society between autonomy and responsibility. Trust-related issues tested the extent to which the government could allow businesses to maintain their autonomy and at the same time fulfill its responsibility to protect the right of the common worker. America was founded on the principles of free enterprise. Throughout its history, the United States government maintained a "laissez-faire" or "hands off" policy in regard to regulation of business....   [tags: Essays Papers]
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Gangs: Power, Conflict, And Trust - Gangs have become a harsh reality in today's society. But despite what one might think, gangs illustrate many communication theories. This is done through the power gangs possesses, "gang warfare", and the trust between gang members. Gang power can be seen in many communication theories. There are several types of power that gangs and gang leaders fall under. An example of this would be referent and legitimate power. Referent power can be described as the role model power. We identify with this person and therefore try to be like them....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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Never Trust a Salesperson - Nowadays we have a huge variety of goods, products, and services in the market. To choose a good product sometimes can be very hard because all the advertisements and promises of good quality are not always true. Sometimes we all can be the victims of the bad service, quality, and false promises by representatives of businesses. I have experienced this in my own life. I was assured of a good quality for a product. In reality it was not as good as promised by the sales person. Last summer I was shopping for a gift for a friend of mine....   [tags: Personal Narrative, Personal Experience] 520 words
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Microsoft: Trust or Antitrust? - Microsoft: Trust or Antitrust. "Oh, come on, just trust me." Those six simple words have been the pleadings of many when, for whatever reason, they find themselves in a situation, where others don't give their actions or claims any credibility. They have nothing left to fall upon, except the hope that they can be thought of as trustworthy, and that others are willing to give them an opportunity. This is the situation Microsoft has found itself in, and in response, they have launched "Trustworthy Computing," a campaign to help gain credibility and respect in the marketplace....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Argument] 639 words
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Kagiso Trust Case Study - 1. INTRODUCTION a) The Business and Sectors the Company Operates in. Kagiso Trust was established in May 1985 when funded from the European Union & rescue’s Special Programme for Support of Victims of Apartheid. It grew from a small unit to a national operation and from 1985 to 1994 the Kagiso Trust had a readily accessible source of donor funding, mainly from the European Union. Though it was difficult to access these funds post 1994, In order to secure a sustainable source of funding and to leverage existing investments, Kagiso Trust Investment (KTI) was formed, which it capitalised with the modest reserves it had built up at the time and with a $5m loan from JP Morgan....   [tags: Business Strategy Analysis] 1202 words
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The Impossibilities of Trust and Nuclear Weapons - ... On February 29th North Korea and America announced that North Korea would suspend its enrichment of uranium and also to suspend tests on weapons and long-range missiles. Under this agreement also comes with North Korea allowing the International Atomic Energy Agency back into the country to verify that the uranium enrichment really has stopped (Ahn). The only reason North Korea is willing to work with us now is because their country has over six million people who are starving to death because of food shortages....   [tags: Foreign Relations]
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The Role of Trust in Internet Privacy - The Role of Trust in Internet Privacy One of the most important advances in the rapidly developing world of electronic commerce is the ability of companies to develop personalized relationships with their customers. Personalization empowers companies to better understand their customers' wants and desires and improve customer service by tailoring offerings to the unique needs of individuals . At the same time, this has become a subject of hot controversy because the technology involves the extensive collection and use of personal data....   [tags: Papers] 1117 words
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Microsoft: On Anti-Trust And Monopolies - Microsoft: On anti-trust and monopolies (or How A Linux User Can Court Ostracism) Introduction In 1890, the US Congress passed the Sherman Act. Further, the Clayton Act was enacted in 1912. This was followed by the Robinson-Patman Act of 1936. These antitrust laws prohibit agreements in restraint of trade, monopolization and attempted monopolization, anticompetitive mergers and tie-in schemes, and, in some circumstances, price discrimination in the sale of commodities. Thus, the goals of a free market controlled by individual choice and individual action were codified....   [tags: Business Regulation] 1226 words
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Hounslow Primary Care Trust - ... The Department of Health is in charge for all policies addressing alcohol misuse and takes major initiatives to promote healthy lifestyle and community care for people affected by alcohol and drug misuse (Department of Health 2011). Tackling alcohol misuse is strongly embedded in Hounslow’s Community and the government. In 2007, the Department of Health and the Home Office jointly launched an updated government alcohol strategy for all the boroughs in the capital, setting out clear goals and actions to promote sensible drinking and reduce the harm that alcohol can cause (The Department of Health 2008)....   [tags: Drug Abuse]
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Trust in Freedom Writers and Stand and Deliver - Both Erin Gruwell in Freedom Writers and Jamie Esclante in Stand and Deliver faced students stuck in low-income backgrounds and neighborhoods of crime. Despite the low achievement of these students, both teachers were able to foster a mastery of a subject to their students. Even though the subjects of English and math are extremely different, one method united both teachers and allowed them to teach their students effectively— trust. Erin and Jamie were successful because of the trust they put in their students....   [tags: Character Analysis] 1156 words
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TRUST AND INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS AND IDENTIFYING ISSUES - ... What can a team do to avoid this from happening. According to Msanjila and Afsarmanesh (2008), who proposed numerous resolutions for building trust: focus on the what and not the how, define the parameter of operations, hold everyone accountable and set some consequences. While involved in a team, individuals need to trust their teammates in order to complete all tasks because getting the work done involves all members, which in turn stresses cooperation and collaboration. The loss of trust will cause conflicts to arise and members of the team will be unwilling to compromise, cooperate and agreements will never be achieved which will jepardizes the tasks from being accomplished....   [tags: Business Management ]
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If I Cannot Trust My Narrator, Who Can I Trust? - If I Cannot Trust My Narrator, Who Can I Trust. The narrator of The Yellow Wall Paper appears as any storyteller you may meet in the beginning of any story. She comes on as someone with whom you have decided to share your most comfortable reading chair and your brightest lamp, for however long she feels like spinning her yarn. But soon enough, we find ourselves re-reading passages just uttered by our narrator and begin to wonder if perhaps we’re not paying her the right amount of attention, and perhaps this confusion is the fault of the humble reader....   [tags: Literary Roles] 724 words
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Analysis of the Failure of Superior Bank and Trust - Superior Bank & Trust The thrift financial Institution Superior Bank & Trust is one of the largest. It is located in Chicago and has many branches eighteen of which can be found in the Chicago area. It is owned by one of Chicago's wealthiest families the Pritzkers and Alvin Dworman a well-known real-estate investor from New York. With assets totaling $2.3 billion and deposits of $1.6 billion Superior Bank FSB got caught up in some problems with sub prime loans. This was their main focus....   [tags: essays research papers] 611 words
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Building Trust and Security in Web Services - Building Trust and Security in Web Services The yearning to componentize software development, where software is "assembled" like an automobile, where each component interacts with the other components in an unambiguous and streamlined fashion is very old and deep rooted. For, the most significant challenges in software development are maintaining and changing software pieces which perform redundant functions and integrating such components with one another. As the industry started to mature, significant research has taken place to find ways of architecting software components as building blocks that are seamlessly integrated, irrespective of where those components reside or how they are implemented....   [tags: Technology Computers Internet Essays]
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Microsoft is Not Guilty of Anti-Trust Laws - Microsoft is Not Guilty of Anti-Trust Laws Isn't it sad when an act of injustice is done. I personally have never witnessed any innocent people being shot or being arrested right in the middle of a public place but I do know of one injustice that has been done. Ladies and gentlemen Bill Gates and Microsoft are being wrongfully accused of violating Anti-Trust laws. Through my examples I will prove to you that Mr. Gates has conducted nothing but good business and has done nothing wrong. Also where would we be without Microsoft revolutionizing the computer software industry....   [tags: Papers] 936 words
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Trust and Compliance During Disaster Emergencies - ... Otherwise, the lack of collaboration between private-sector and institutions may worsen the extent of future disaster response (Gazley, 2008). Governors, as the chief executives are responsible for the adequate response of any type of emergency in order to protect the community and to foster the community’s resilience. Consequently, the actual Governor of Pennsylvania, Tom Corbett and future governors should promote and advocate for laws that engage private-sector to collaborate with PHOs and ER’s to render aid to those in need when feasible....   [tags: Emergency Management ]
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Can We Really Trust the Media? - ... Part of this ethical problem is due to the way the overall nature of news media is changing. The former news director of the ABC Information Radio Network and past chairman of the Radio-Television News Directors Association, Rob Sunde says, News programming has become a cheap alternative to entertainment programming, and the lines that once separated the two have become blurred. The pressure to create impactful and profitable news programming for prime time will only become more intense. Young people--long on enthusiasm, short on journalism--will burn ever brighter trails across the nighttime skies, and the American people will become inured to it....   [tags: The Media]
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The Anti-Trust Case Against Microsoft - The Anti-Trust Case Against Microsoft Since 1990, a battle has raged in United States courts between the United States government and the Microsoft Corporation out of Redmond, Washington, headed by Bill Gates. What is at stake is money. The federal government maintains that Microsoft's monopolistic practices are harmful to United States citizens, creating higher prices and potentially downgrading software quality, and should therefore be stopped, while Microsoft and its supporters claim that they are not breaking any laws, and are just doing good business....   [tags: Business Technology]
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Anti-Trust Regulations and the NFL Lockout - ... When the NFLPA heard about this ground breaking news they attempted to prevent this from happening but didn’t have any sort of power to control the contracts between the owners and TV partners. I believe that the owners intentionally went about obtaining these contracts in order to gain leverage during the collective bargaining agreement negotiations. Since the owners are guaranteed this money and know that every player in the league doesn’t make the substantial amount that the select few best players do, it seemed as though they were gaining all possession of leverage and were going to use it to their advantage when negotiations and new agreements were being made....   [tags: Sports] 1647 words
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Working at Camden Property And Trust and GameStop - ... Each team member is required to contribute to whatever project they are assigned. Employees are encouraged to respect each other and focus on solving problems Take Personal Responsibility As a publicly traded company, GameStop is 100% committed to meeting shareholders expectations. People Driven As a people driven company, Camden believes employees are the reason they are successful. Human Resources plays a pivotal role in creating such an environment. Camden’s HR department actively seeks out recruits with qualities that supports their values....   [tags: Labor Relations]
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Trust In Business Is A Means For Greater Business Efficiency - All businesses strive to be effective and efficient. Whilst the hallmark of a capitalist economy is self-interest and competition, cooperation is also necessary in order to further efficiency and productivity. For a business to be successful, the people within need to develop relationships amongst each other as well as outside the organization in order to be able to work with one another. These relationships are a function of trust. Trust is the reliance on the integrity, ability, or character of a person or thing....   [tags: Business Ethics] 1850 words
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Creating Employee Trust During Organizational Change - ... Staff frequently becomes so preoccupied with their own situations they are unable to effectively focus on their work. Employees may agonize, worry, and trade rumors rather than concentrate on their jobs. Trust has been defined as “a psychological state comprising the intention to accept vulnerability based upon positive expectations of the intentions or behavior of another” (Bordia, Jimmieson, & Irmer, 2007) In a high trust employee-organization relationship; the employee trusts the organization to look after his or her interests....   [tags: Business Management ]
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Play.Com: Build Up Customer Trust And Security - Play.com is one of the most famous and successful e-commerce businesses on the web today. Play.com’s success has come from offering books, music CD’s, movies, videos and DVDs and much more at discounted prices. It is one of the Top 5 most visited UK retail sites December 2004. Play.com is famous in UK. Almost everyone who uses the internet in UK has heard of Play.com. The company puts a lot of effort into building up customer trust and security. In this paper I am going to talk about the marketing concept to analyze all the main points’ of Play.com’s development and promotion of customer trust and security Play.com uses the relationship marketing strategy in order to build a long and mutually beneficial relationship with the consumer....   [tags: Ecommerce e-commerce] 1128 words
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The Value of Intimacy and Love and Civility and Trust to a Society - Corruption is present in every city and government in one form or another. However, to counterbalance corruption, society needs a form of structure to function properly, whether structures involve features of intimacy and love or civility and trust. Society will see that the majority of people will react positively to have forms of love and trust. Intimacy and love are vastly different compared to civility and trust: I believe that intimacy and love works better in situation with fewer but civility and trust is better situated for larger groups....   [tags: Sociology ] 889 words
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John B. Updike's Short Story "Trust Me" - John B. Updike is a novelist, poet, short story author, playwright, children’s book author, literary critic, art critic, and essayist. Updike is one of the world’s most versatile, serious, and prolific writers. Though his writing style and subjects vary greatly, he is committed to addressing the moral, social, and cultural conditions of his generation. Updike was born on March 18, 1932 and raised in a small town by the name of Shillington, Pennsylvania, right outside of Reading. He lived there as an only child, until the age of thirteen....   [tags: Literary Analysis ]
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The Aim of the National Trust to Provide Time Capsules of Ownership - The Aim of the National Trust to Provide Time Capsules of Ownership The National Trust aims to provide time capsules of ownership in and around the Wimpole Estate. Wimpole Hall had many owners over a period of about 400 years, each owner leaving their own legacy. The National Trust has the job of untangling the layers of history to recreate snapshots of different points in time. By examining each owner and their stamp on Wimpole, it is possible to see whether the National Trust is successful in creating their stated aim....   [tags: Papers] 1394 words
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Loyalty, Honesty and Trust in "The Conscience of the Court" - In Zora Hurston's, short story, "The Conscience of the Court", she explores the value of loyalty and honestly. She also examines how these qualities effect the way others can perceive an individual and the trust that these qualities enable others to convey towards those that express them. This text shows the loyalty that a black woman holds for her employer and the trust that the two share during a time of turmoil and general distrust of blacks by whites. "The Conscience of the Court" is unusual because it depicts an uneducated black woman triumphing over a white bigot in a situation and time period in which an unspoken rule places the law on the white man's side....   [tags: World Literature] 736 words
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Analysis of the Guiness Trust LTD Business Plan - For any successful business such as the Guinness Trust one needs to have a business plan, which normally comprises of a 5 year plan detailing their operating plans. The plan details where you are now, where you want to be and your plan for growth. In short this is a blue print of the steps needed to build any business. A business plan is often required to obtain monetary funds, whether from investors or local government. Potential investors will look at the strength of the plan before your business is considered for investment, they will be looking for a plan which indicates a healthy return of profit....   [tags: essays research papers] 1138 words
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Erikson’s Trust vs. Mistrust Theory - ... In fact it is very true that they early experiences an infant has will determine their feeling of trust or mistrust. Erikson’s stages were from birth to death while other theorist only focused on early childhood. His views were that personality traits come in opposites. Erikson believed that we think of ourselves as independent or dependent, unemotional or emotional, cautious or adventurous, follower or leader, passive or aggressive, and optimistic or pessimistic. Some of these are inborn temperament traits, but other characteristics, such as feeling either competent or inferior, appear to be learned, based on the challenges and support we receive in growing up....   [tags: Sociology]
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America Needs to Invest the Social Security Trust Fund - America Needs to Invest the Social Security Trust Fund Our nation ensures social welfare through Social Security. However, the United States cannot ensure the welfare of its own welfare system. To save Social Security, Americans in general do not favor an increase in the payroll tax, a cut in benefits or an increase in the retirement age. Furthermore, Americans are relying upon Social Security as their sole source of income at increasingly alarming rates. Social Security is intended to supplement retiree income, not account for 100% of it....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Argument Essays] 803 words
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Government and Politics - Term Limitations and Restoring Trust in Congress - Term Limitations: Restoring Trust in Congress      The United States Congress is the most powerful legislative body in the world. The capitol dome should bring pride to every American as a symbol of the just and efficient system of government we have devised for ourselves. Congress however has fallen from grace. Scandal, egotism and horrific management of the nation's resources have obliterated the trust Americans once had for those they elected. The Congress must now make huge and positive steps toward healing the rift they have created....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Topics]
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Loyalty and Trust in Mark Twain's The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn - Huckleberry Finn – Loyalty and Trust Huckleberry Finn does not address questions of law as directly as the other novels that we have read. Ostensibly, Huck is torn between disobeying the slavery laws and honoring his conscious. However, Huck shows a disregard for other laws throughout the story, so I think that his conflict stems not from a belief that one must obey the law because it is the law, or on a social contract theory. Huck is never overly concerned with the truth or the norms of society, he adheres to the mores of society because of the consequences as opposed to any fundamental acceptance of them or authority....   [tags: Adventures Huckleberry Huck Finn Essays] 1512 words
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Technology - Monopoly and the Microsoft Anti-Trust Case - Monopoly and the Microsoft Anti-Trust Case        Abstract:  The Microsoft Anti-Trust case may be one of the largest cases brought before the Department of Justice in the past half-century.  Microsoft was able to create for itself a very large and profitable monopoly in the operating systems market with its Windows OS.  Through practices such as bundling products together and giving its own programmers advantages over the competition, Microsoft could enter any market that used the Windows OS and gain a near monopoly.  Unfortunately, the settlement that the Department of Justice is offering to Microsoft will be completely ineffective at removing Microsoft's secondary monopolies because it does effectively address the operating systems monopoly....   [tags: Exploratory Essays Research Papers]
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E-Commerce: The Importance of Gaining the Trust of Consumers - E-Commerce: The Importance of Gaining the Trust of Consumers A crisp autumn breeze rustles through the trees, while I attempt to carry four bags of groceries up the two flights of stairs leading to my New York apartment. The anticipation I had previously felt while awaiting this important day, has now turned into extreme excitement. Today is the day of my interview with my possible future boss. Since I have just recently finished my fourth year of graduate school, I spent the entire summer searching the New York companies and firms for a reasonable job in the marketing business....   [tags: Personal Narrative Writing]
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The Microsoft Anti-Trust Case: Presidential Candidate Recommendations - The Microsoft Anti-Trust Case: Presidential Candidate Recommendations The Microsoft Antitrust Case is essentially the clash of two separate ideals, the key issue being how much influence the government should have in the marketplace. According to the U.S. Justice Department, Microsoft is in violation of the Sherman Antitrust Act of 1890, which states: “Every person who shall monopolize, or attempt to monopolize, or combine or conspire with any other person or persons, to monopolize any part of the trade or commerce among the several States, or with foreign nations, shall be deemed guilty of a felony.” (“The Sherman Antitrust Act”) The Justice Department claims that Microsoft used its power to establish and maintain a monopoly over the computer software industry by intentionally harming its competitors....   [tags: Microsoft Economics Software Essays]
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A Review of Related Literature on the Role of Trust in Global Virtual Teams - ... If a member or the entire group does not have any trust in any or all fellow members there will be no proper allocation of work. As for the communication levels, if there aren’t any there will be no order and either the group will produce a poorly made output or no output at all. The theory aims to determine whether links exist between task performance, communication levels, and trustworthiness within a virtual team. Trust evidently plays an important role in organizations, and even more so in virtual teams given that there is very little, if any, face-to-face interaction between the members of the team....   [tags: Literature Review]
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Building Trust In Your Leadership Among Your Subordinates: A Personal Approach - ... This small thoughtless mistake could lead to a catastrophic disaster such as the tail rotor coming off. A meaningful bond is formed between a leader and his team when they have a mutual understanding that each of their jobs is essential in their own way. A pilot can over come not building a relationship with his team by simply getting to know his people. A simple, “Morning AM2 Moore, how was your weekend?” can go a long way in the relationship building process. The failure to meet business objectives is another managerial derailment risk that can negatively impact a leader’s life....   [tags: Human Resources]
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Human Development: Basic Trust vs. Basic Mistrust (Birth to 18 Months) - ... In the case of Benjamin Button, the movie does not show this stage of his life in detail. Therefore, we can only assume that Queenie, his adoptive mother continued to love, protect, and nurture him while providing a stable environment and quality of life that was as normal as possible. What we do know is that Benjamin remained wheelchair bound until he was seven years old; therefore, he was unable to achieve autonomy in the typical manner that most children would attain at this stage. Although Benjamin was wheelchair bound, he saw it as a normal part of life since he lived in a nursing home where most of the residents were wheelchair bound as well; he was not aware that he was different....   [tags: Child Development ]
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Trust and Compliance: Messaging by Government Officials versus Business Professionals - ... C. Director, State and Regional Emergency Management Agency, Commander, State National Guard (and Reserves) and PA Region 13 Task Force – These agencies and parties are the ones who coordinate and are in charge of the emergency response. These agencies may run out of resources and can receive aid from businesses as an alternative. They would be the ones who directly coordinate and engage business to collaborate with government emergency response. D. Business Emergency Communication Network (BECON) and Pittsburgh Regional Business Coalition for Homeland Security (PRBCHS) - These partnerships help the state’s emergency responses by providing efforts such as sustainable funding, building stronger organizational framework for leaders and volunteers and bringing logistics and communication strategies expertise....   [tags: Government]
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Real Estate Case Study: Security Captical Pacific Trust - Real Estate Case Study: Security Captical Pacific Trust 1. The lack of branding in SCPT. There are several reasons that explain the traditional lack of branding in the real estate industry. One of the most important reasons is that the real estate industry has been seen as a commodity business for hundreds of years; the main focus was on the property ' and so the product was considered as a tangible aspect only ' not about the customer. E.g. SCPT did not even know who its customers were (Fournier & Thorp, 2001)....   [tags: Real Estate Marketing Branding Analysis] 1383 words
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When can we trust our senses to give us truth? - Since humans evolved, we’ve relied on our senses to guide us and help us survive, for without them, we’d have gone extinct a long time ago. Our sight lets us view the world around, allowing us not only to spot danger, but also to explore, and discover new places and objects, whilst our hearing allows us, for example, to survey our surrounding more efficiently. We’ve always needed our senses to survive, so much so that the idea of them being untrustworthy is a worrying thought, but is it possible for this to happen, and can our senses be deceived....   [tags: Philosophy] 1215 words
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In People We Trust - ... The writers of the Declaration of Independence, Americans themselves, chose not to put 'God' or any other specific religious deity within it but named simply any man's creator be it his or all men's. The Declaration has survived two hundred-thirty four years without outrage, request or riot that it need be changed from either side, religious or not but there are many actions on documents that have not. We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.-That to secure these rights, Government are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed,- That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the people to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its power in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to affect their Safety and Happiness....   [tags: U.S. Government ]
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The Narcissistic Condition - The Narcissistic Condition The Narcissistic condition emanates from a seismic break of trust, a tectonic shift of what should have been a healthy relationship with his "primary objects" and the transformation of his self into the subject of love. Some of these bad feelings are the result of deeply entrenched misunderstandings regarding the nature of trust and the continuous act of trusting. For millions of years nature embedded in us the notion that the past can teach us a lot about the future....   [tags: Trust Morals Psychology Essays] 1135 words
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The Negative impact of Social Networking Sites in Business - ... Others have been discovered for alcohol or drug violations through Facebook postings. (Bugeja, 2006) Therefore, ill-advised postings on Facebook have become a significant aspect which directors would consider before offering opportunities. And according to Read, (2007) one student was refused an education degree and the teaching certificate because of her MySpace photograph, which was regarded “unprofessional.” Another point in case is a video that shown to us in the Business 10 class about how Facebook can ruin your interview....   [tags: The Internet, Facebook, Trust Issues] 1345 words
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Plastics and Bisphenol A: Should We Trust the Government? - The topic of this paper revolves around the controversy of a chemical called bisphenol A or BPA. Do plastic food contact materials containing BPA pose any hazard to human health. The controversy has been around for many years but was sparked by new research in the last few years. Today, with new developments in biomedical technology, scientists are able to examine BPA in a whole new level and far more in-depth than they were decades ago. The availability of access to information technology is also another factor that raises concerns and makes us become more aware of the risks this chemical poses....   [tags: Health]
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Should We Trust Our Senses to Give Us Truth? - ... By simple definition from the senses, a rose is a rose, whether described by different individuals. However, the meaning of its paradoxical nature can only be derived from reason. The senses cannot give us reason. This is because they collect raw and direct data as it is, and they deliver the exact appearance of events. They cannot therefore be used as they fail to give the uncovered meaning and formation, which is only possible through rationalism. The reason and application brings about the aspect of reality, which is related to the truth....   [tags: Philosophy ]
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Mischief, Mayhem, In Tyler We Trust: A Textual Analysis of Personality Disorders as Depicted in the Film Fight Club - Psychological disorders are widely represented in films, as well as in other media texts such as novels, television shows, etc. One film that portrays more than one example of a psychological disorder is Fight Club, a Twentieth Century Fox movie released with an R rating in 1999. Directed by David Fincher; and produced by Art Linson, Cean Chaffin, and Ross Grayson Bell, the movie mainly introduces Dissociative Identity Disorders (also known as Multiple Personality Disorders), but also hints at insomnia and depression....   [tags: essays research papers] 2608 words
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The Criminal Abuse of Democracy - ... Repeated violations often place people in a state of constant mistrust or distrust as described below. Mistrust is more a conditional lack of trust. Situational by nature one’s level of trust varies depending on the circumstances. A politician can be expected to vote one way that meets your approval but is mistrusted to vote another way on a separate issue. Citizens are more cautious and doubtful than in distrust where citizens are expectant of trust violations. This is a bit less finite an emotion where elected officials have not been written off just yet....   [tags: Political Science]
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friendship in a separate peace by John Knowles - friendship in a separate peace by John Knowles Finding out who someone really is can be a very difficult thing to do. Knowing who some one is inside and out takes time and dedication. I learned that there are a few key factors when getting to know who some one really is. Character determination of a friend can be based on three things, honesty, trust, conflicts, and how they are resolved . The book a separate peace by John Knowles deals with all of these issues in the case of friendship. You can use these three factors to see how good of a friend a person can be, and determine there true character....   [tags: essays papers] 1017 words
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Untrustworthy CEOs - Powerpoint Presentation Executing Leadership Greatness. Special Recognition – Denton, M, Self Paced People and Change Management: CD ROM TOPIC What do you as a leader do, if employees don’t trust in you as the CEO. What can employees do if they don’t trust in the CEO. This topic applies to you. Agenda Topic Impacts How does a CEO lose trust How can it be rebuilt What can an employee do Conclusion What are the impacts. Trust relationship gaps are one of the biggest stumbling blocks towards greater transparency, and better workplace relationships....   [tags: essays research papers] 630 words
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Collaborative Leaders' Guide - ... (Kouzes & Posner, 2007, pp. 224) Trust is the fulcrum between success and failure of a talented collaborative team though building that trust is not an easy endeavor, which is likely the reason that a majority of collaborations fail. Obviously I could discuss, at length, some best practices that would assist leaders in the process of building trust but I will limit my coverage of building trust to these four best practices. As a leader you must be the first to trust. “Building trust is a process that begins when one party is willing to risk being the first to open up, being the first to show vulnerability, and being the first to let go of control....   [tags: Collective Power, Collaborative Teams] 1621 words
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The Tragic Flaws of Othello - Trust is a powerful emotion and can easily be manipulated. In Shakespeare's Tragedy Othello the Moor of Venice the character Iago uses trust as his sword. Othello is so easily duped by Iago because of his carefully built reputation of being honest. Iago studies each character and he knows each weakness. "What should I do. I confess it is my shame to be so fond; but it is not in my virtue to amend it". (847) This was words from Rodrigo to Iago letting Iago know his feelings toward Desmona and giving Iago a tool to use it against him....   [tags: World Literature, Literature Analysis, Classics] 322 words
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Leadership, Trustworthiness and Ethical Stewardship - ... Leaders earn trust by their respective actions, morals and virtues. Trust is can also be based on past history. If something was done in the past which questions a leader’s values, morals or judgment, it would be unlikely that the leader would be trusted in the future. One of the most important parts of being an effective leader is building and maintaining trust. Trust can further be defined as a “multi-dimensional construct comprising different dimensions of the trustee’s attributes that the trustor evaluates” (Ingenhoff and Sommer, 2010, p....   [tags: Management]
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Team Dynamics - Abstract Communication and trust are essential for teams to function properly and achieve their end goals. A frame for communication lines must be laid out in advance as well as a combined contract that defines what the team expects to accomplish as a whole as well as individually. Trust must be built up over time. Each team member must respect each other and follow through with assigned tasks to strengthen trust within the group. If communication and trust break down within a team, the team will not progress and will cease to function....   [tags: Team Organization Leader Management] 1389 words
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Group Climate - Group Climate Group climate consists of the overall sentiment that is displayed within a group. This includes the aspects of honesty, openness, consistency and respect according to “Teamwork” by Lefasto and Larson. When evaluating the characteristics of group climate in a team, the most prevalent component to examine is trust. Trust yields respect, acknowledgement, cohesiveness, a bridge between cultural differences and above all else, sensitivity to ideas being expressed so a consensus can be reached....   [tags: essays research papers] 511 words
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Desiring Success - Success is a desire. According to Dictionary.com, success is “the favorable or prosperous termination of attempts or endeavors” (Dictionary.com). People may desire success, where success comes from gaining wealth, power, happiness, or freedom. The desire to succeed has been evident in the past and present. In the past, wars have been initiated by countries to attempt to gain freedom. As for the present, people aim to be highly educated so they may have a prosperous career in which they may be able to earn a large pay check, making them successful....   [tags: Character Analysis ]
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