“Trust is the glue of life. It’s the most essential ingredient in effective communication. It’s the foundational principle that holds all relationships.”
– Stephen Covey
Trust, especially for a business, can be incredibly hard to build and can be difficult to sustain. If a company can properly use their marketing/branding though, they will be able to appropriately communicate their messaging and philosophy, thus creating connections that will lead to a strong relationship. At this point, it is up to the business to make sure that they follow through with what they say in order to maintain this trust. This is especially true if one of your target markets is the Millennial group, known to be less trusting of businesses out of other generations. In order to begin this trust, sometimes it takes using the right words to get your point across. Below are a list of 5 words that, psychology, connect trust to specific people and companies.
|Originally from Romania, Tatiana Ivan combines operational prowess with creative flair to produce smart and visually stunning brands. With degrees in neuroscience and psychology from Brandeis University plus experience working with start-ups in the biomedical and pharma industries, Tatiana knows first-hand that the most powerful way to persuade people to get behind an idea, concept or product – no matter how creative, technical or complex – is by telling a compelling story. As the COO and Creative Partner of Waverley Knobs, she combines powerful cinematography and compelling storylines for clients so they stand out and shine in the market.
In addition to turning visions into reality and running the daily show at Waverley Knobs, Tatiana is a twice-published poet. She’s also a certified InsideOut® Coach, able to unlock the knowledge, skill and talent already within people and teams so they can improve performance and results.