Charter Memberships

We are now forming an initial group of key executives who represent companies who take trust seriously and want to learn more, improve, and help their customers and their own bottom line.

 

We are looking to pull together a blue-ribbon group of key executives who are dedicated to building a more trustable company, and want to learn more about how to do that, and how their own company currently rates.

Benefits of Charter Membership

 

We are now forming an initial group of key executives who represent companies who take trust seriously and want to learn more, improve, and help their customers and their own bottom line.

  • A blue-ribbon group of key executives who understand the coming need for higher-level Trustability want first-mover advantage

 

What does being a Charter Member look like?  What’s in it for us as a company, and me as an officer?

  • Pilot members participate in robust, exploratory research around the specifics of trustability
    • WHAT WILL WE EXAMINE?
      • How is Trustability defined?  What are its elements, and what are examples of those elements in your own company? 
      • In your company, what are some examples of actions or decisions that would demonstrate high or low trustability?  In other words, what are you doing that creates or destroys trust?  Based on that, how would your company rank on a Trustability assessment?  (How might that compare with your competitors?)
      • Why does it matter? How does trustability affect your bottom line or your share price?  How important is trustability to customers when they decide where to do business?

      

  • Seminar, extensive research, analysis and consolidation of findings, reporting workshop 
    • WHAT’S IN IT FOR CHARTER MEMBERS?
      • Scoping session with individual participant companies
      • “Trustability” seminar with Martha Rogers Ph.D. or other key thought leaders
      • Project planning with company leaders: input to research methodologies
      • Research:
        • Customer and employee focus
        • Internal audit
      • Analysis and consolidation of findings
        • Private research report for each Charter Member company
        • Shared report using disguised date across entire group
      • Review and discussion of results, and implications
        • Individual workshops with each charter member organization
      • Permanent inclusion for participation with TMx as a Charter Member
        • Direct input to methodology and product development through informal input or Advisory Board membership
        • Direct access to founders
        • 15% discount for seven years for TMx services
      • Initial one-year subscription: $60,000 U.S.