Do you trust your boss? Tell us and win a bottle of bubbly

How much do you trust your manager to do the right thing? MT and the ILM want to know...

Last Updated: 31 Aug 2010

Fancy a bottle of champagne to toast the arrival of summer? Here’s a chance to get your hands on one without spending a penny. All you need to do is respond to our annual trust survey and keep your fingers crossed that it’s your name that we pull out of the hat…

We launched our inaugural MT/ILM Index of Leadership Trust last year, and now it’s time to find out how much things have changed over the past 12 months. Last year, nearly a third of you said you have low or no trust in your management team – will things have improved this year?

Has the hope and optimism of the new coalition government rubbed off on you? With a new broom in place to sweep away the old order, do you feel as though it’s time for a fresh start when it comes to business? Or are worries over cost-cutting and the recession shaking your confidence in your leaders?

How much do you trust your line manager, your CEO, and how trustworthy do you perceive your competitors to be? MT and the Institute of Leadership & Management want to know so we’ve commissioned FreshMinds Research for a second year to devise an online survey into the levels of trust between employees and their managers.

Completing our survey will only take ten minutes and is totally anonymous but if you supply your email address, you’ll be entered in a prize draw to win a bottle of champagne or if you like, contacted to appear in the magazine.

Complete it here

The survey findings will be published in the September issue of MT and will serve as a 2010 Trust Index. Don’t miss out – your opinion matters to us. The survey closes on the 9th June.

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