In public service, trust is the representation of the confidence that constituents have in government to “do what is right and perceived fair,” according to scholar David Easton.
It is an unspoken agreement of integrity between two parties. And in government — as in other areas of your life — without trust, the involved parties cannot accomplish much.
Get your free copy of this new report to learn how your agency can build and maintain constituent trust with experience-based data.
Specifically, you'll explore:
- How customer experience (CX) is a core discipline to building trust.
- Four tools for CX success.
- How the Veterans Experience Office gained veterans' trust.