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How Sharing with our  Neighbors Can Regenerate  Local Community
The average power drill is used for 12 minutes in its lifetime.
The average power drill is used for 12 minutes in its lifetime.
The average power drill: - costs $100 - 1kg carbon (from production & shipping)
 
jordanmac101 Recovery from natural and other disasters does not depend on the overall amount of aid received or on the amo...
drp “ Communities with more trust, civic engagement, and stronger networks can better bounce back after a crisis.”  –  Jou...
srippon
 
Trust <ul><li>VULNERABILITY - the willingness of one party (trustor) to be vulnerable to the actions of another party (tru...
divemasterKing2000
Designing for Trust 1. The belief that people are inherently trustworthy.
Designing for Trust 1. The belief that people are inherently trustworthy. 2. Social Profiles
2. Social Profiles
Designing for Trust 1. The belief that people are inherently trustworthy. 2. Social Profiles 3. Peer Reviews
 
Designing for Trust 1. The belief that people are inherently trustworthy. 2. Social Profiles 3. Peer Reviews 4. Tribes / G...
 
Designing for Trust 1. The belief that people are inherently trustworthy. 2. Social Profiles 3. Peer Reviews 4. Tribes / G...
 
Micki Krimmel Founder & CEO [email_address]
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  1. 1. How Sharing with our Neighbors Can Regenerate Local Community
  2. 2. The average power drill is used for 12 minutes in its lifetime.
  3. 3. The average power drill is used for 12 minutes in its lifetime.
  4. 4. The average power drill: - costs $100 - 1kg carbon (from production & shipping)
  5. 6. jordanmac101 Recovery from natural and other disasters does not depend on the overall amount of aid received or on the amount of damage done by the disaster; instead, social capital—the bonds that tie citizens together—functions as the main engine of long-term recovery. - Journal of Homeland Security
  6. 7. drp “ Communities with more trust, civic engagement, and stronger networks can better bounce back after a crisis.” – Journal of Homeland Security
  7. 8. srippon
  8. 10. Trust <ul><li>VULNERABILITY - the willingness of one party (trustor) to be vulnerable to the actions of another party (trustee); </li></ul><ul><li>CONFIDENCE - reasonable expectation of the trustor that the trustee will behave in a way beneficial to the trustor </li></ul><ul><li>RISK of harm to the trustor if the trustee will not behave accordingly; and </li></ul><ul><li>LACK OF CONTROL - the absence of trustor's enforcement or control over actions performed by the trustee. </li></ul>
  9. 11. divemasterKing2000
  10. 12. Designing for Trust 1. The belief that people are inherently trustworthy.
  11. 13. Designing for Trust 1. The belief that people are inherently trustworthy. 2. Social Profiles
  12. 14. 2. Social Profiles
  13. 15. Designing for Trust 1. The belief that people are inherently trustworthy. 2. Social Profiles 3. Peer Reviews
  14. 17. Designing for Trust 1. The belief that people are inherently trustworthy. 2. Social Profiles 3. Peer Reviews 4. Tribes / Groups
  15. 19. Designing for Trust 1. The belief that people are inherently trustworthy. 2. Social Profiles 3. Peer Reviews 4. Tribes / Groups 5. Reduce friction
  16. 21. Micki Krimmel Founder & CEO [email_address]

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