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Fostering Trust in Your Brand and Beyond at Rosenfeld Enterprise Experience

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We must empower our audiences to earn their trust—not the other way around—and our tactical choices in content and design can fuel empowerment. Margot Bloomstein will walk you through examples from retail, publishing, government, and other industries to detail what you can do to meet unprecedented problems in information consumption. Learn how voice, volume, and vulnerability can inform your design and content strategy to earn the trust of your users. Let’s address the tough questions: How do brands develop rapport when audiences let emotion cloud logic? Is there a place for vulnerability in corporate strategy? And what’s the role of command and control consistency in the creative work of a corporate enterprise? Learn how these questions can drive design choices in organizations of any size and industry—and discover how your choices can empower users and rebuild our very sense of trust across society itself.

Presented in a Rosenfeld Media Enterprise Experience webinar March 12, 2020 by Margot Bloomstein.

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  1. Margot Bloomstein / @mbloomstein Enterprise Experience March 12, 2020 Fostering trust in your brand …and beyond
  2. 2 @mbloomstein Universalis Cosmographia, Martin Waldseemüller, 1507
  3. 3 @mbloomstein3 @mbloomstein
  4. 4 @mbloomstein Authority, consistency, detail, and vulnerability empower users 4 @mbloomstein Portrait of the Merchant Georg Gisze, Hans Holbein the Younger, 1532
  5. 5 @mbloomstein “I’m here, you’re not, let me tell you about it.” 5 @mbloomstein
  6. 6 @mbloomstein “I’m here, you’re not, let me tell you about it.” 6 @mbloomstein 360 With Anderson Cooper © CNN
  7. 7 @mbloomstein “I’m here, you’re not, let me tell you about it.” 7 @mbloomstein Ugly Delicious © Netflix
  8. 8 @mbloomstein8 • #aeasf • @mbloomstein Parts Unknown © CNN “I’m here, you’re not, let me tell you about it.”
  9. 9 @mbloomstein When information is valuable, we pay attention and put our trust in consistency, transparency, and vulnerability. 9 @mbloomstein
  10. 10 @mbloomstein10 • #aeasf • @mbloomstein Parts Unknown © CNN
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  13. 13 @mbloomstein Authoritative brands offer authenticity to expectation. 13 @mbloomstein
  14. 14 @mbloomstein We look to see ourselves. We look to see the truth. We hope the images coincide. 14 @mbloomstein consistency
  15. 15 @mbloomstein © Porsche 15 @mbloomstein
  16. 16 @mbloomstein © Subaru 16 @mbloomstein
  17. 17 @mbloomstein © Volkswagen 17 @mbloomstein
  18. 18 @mbloomstein https://www.theguardian.com/business/2019/sep/30/volkswagen-emissions-scandal-mass-lawsuit-opens-in-Germany https://www.usatoday.com/story/money/cars/2015/11/03/vw-emissions-irregularities-gas-mileage-fuel-economy/75101432/ https://fortune.com/2015/11/03/volkswagen-diesel-emissions/ https://knowledge.wharton.upenn.edu/article/volkswagen-diesel-scandal/ 18 @mbloomstein
  19. 19 @mbloomstein https://fortune.com/2018/02/06/volkswagen-vw-emissions-scandal-penalties/ Source: Bloomberg 19 @mbloomstein
  20. 20 @mbloomstein https://fortune.com/2018/02/06/volkswagen-vw-emissions-scandal-penalties/ Source: Bloomberg 20 @mbloomstein
  21. 21 @mbloomstein21 @mbloomstein https://fortune.com/2018/02/06/volkswagen-vw-emissions-scandal-penalties/ Source: Bloomberg
  22. 22 @mbloomstein For better or worse, our internal truths trump external facts
  23. Inconsistency erodes our ability to evaluate and trust. 23 @mbloomstein
  24. 24 @mbloomstein This is our problem. 24 @mbloomstein
  25. 25 @mbloomstein expertise → homophily
  26. 26 @mbloomstein expertise → homophily → narcissism
  27. 27 @mbloomstein 63% of the general population finds it difficult to differentiate between real and fake news. Source: 2018 Edelman Trust Barometer
  28. 28 @mbloomstein Only 40% of Americans say they have a “great deal of confidence” in science. Source: AP-NORC Center study Confidence in Institutions: Trends in Americans’Attitudes toward Government, Media, and Business
  29. 29 @mbloomstein Inconsistency undermines trust— externally and internally.
  30. 30 @mbloomstein Does this brand make me feel good about myself?
  31. 31 @mbloomstein ©Jana Birchum for The Austin Chronicle; from March 12, 2017 panel Good Night and Good Luck: Media in Election Years at SXSW
  32. 32 @mbloomstein How we form our beliefs affects our reality more than what we already believe 32 @mbloomstein
  33. 33 @mbloomstein Cultural predisposition > confirmation bias Vaccine hesitancy study source: Smith, David, Katie Attwell, and Paul Ward. “The Unhealthy Other”: How Vaccine Rejecting Parents Construct the Vaccinating Mainstream, Vaccine Volume 36, Issue 12, March 14, 2018, p. 1621 – 1626. 33 @mbloomstein
  34. 34 @mbloomstein Empowerment rebuilds trust
  35. 35 @mbloomstein Voice Volume Vulnerability
  36. 36 @mbloomstein Voice
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  43. 44 @mbloomstein Voice: favor familiarity over precision, consistency over novelty, and transparency over obfuscation
  44. 45 @mbloomstein Voice Volume
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  48. 49 @mbloomstein Users can appreciate slow experiences. they’re engaged, anticipating, creating memories.
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  51. ©Yunghi Kim, Contact Press
  52. 55 @mbloomstein Voice Volume: offer enough detail to tell the story and make the user feel confident.
  53. 56 @mbloomstein Voice Volume Vulnerability
  54. COOK’S ILLUSTRATED EXAMPLE
  55. COOK’S ILLUSTRATED EXAMPLE
  56. 59 @mbloomstein COOK’S ILLUSTRATED EXAMPLE
  57. 60 @mbloomstein ADD OUTSIDE YOUR BUBBLE
  58. 61 @mbloomstein Voice Volume Vulnerability: host the conversation and prototype in public to work with users, not for them
  59. 62 @mbloomstein To regain trust, invest in empowering people. Build their confidence in themselves and in us.
  60. 63 @mbloomstein No face-to-face communication? Offer a consistent, accessible voice. Over-communicate and show your work. Embrace human transparency.
  61. 64 @mbloomstein Design for trust, not cynicism.
  62. 65 @mbloomstein Thank you. Margot Bloomstein @mbloomstein | margot@appropriateinc.com

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