Trust is society’s most valuable asset, Rachel says in response to the publication of a Government Report on the importance of Trust to the Nordic Government and social system.
In this Q&A with FastCompany, Rachel talks about technology's impact on trust and leadership. More
In this episode, TED speakers explore our relationship with trust. Speakers featured are Charles Hazlewood, Simon Sinek, Rachel Botsman and more. More
Can ICT change how we define value and interact with money? On The Money is the fourth documentary film in the Networked Society series. This time we look at money systems and how connectivity is creating a new game when it comes to trading — both in value and trust. We visit Uganda to find a nation where cash is no longer king. More
Institutions face a twofold challenge to adapt to a new age of trust, Rachel argues.
Rachel features on ABC’s Q&A panel, discussing how a breakdown in institutional trust is affecting modern Australian society – from businesses to the media – and particularly, why the public’s trust in politicians has plummeted.
Keynote speaker at AHRI’s national convention, Rachel Botsman, talks about the evolution of trust with HRM Online.
What kind of mindset and competencies should boards gain in this new world of trust?
In this Q&A with FastCompany, Rachel talks about technology’s impact on trust and leadership.
With the term “sharing economy” under scrutiny, experts provide their opinions on what classifies as a true sharing economy platform and offer some substitutes for the term.
During the 2016 NMHC OPTECH Conference & Exposition, Rachel explored the consumer behaviour shift from ownership to access.
Rachel says that we’re just at the cusp of seeing the true potential of the collaborative economy to change value, access and trust.
In lead up to her session on ‘people power’ at this year’s DOC16 conference, Rachel talks to Industry Moves about her experience growing up in North London, her tips for delivering an engaging speech and her passion for collaborative consumption.
Adele Ferguson looks at Rachel’s speech “Trust Me, I’m a Stranger” to explain why there’s a powerful structural trust shift where people are moving away from trusting businesses such as banks towards distributed connected communities.
The Money investigates the changing nature of collaborative consumption and why some cities are now banning Uber and Airbnb.