People want to be trusted. They want to be trusted to be able to do a good job, provide excellent service, deliver what they promise. Trust is especially important for stakeholders, who can be anyone who contributes towards work or is affected by the outcome of work done.
The results of the Brexit vote sent reverberations throughout the geopolitical and economic spectrum in the UK as well as in Europe. A referendum originally intended to silence euro sceptics within political circles turned out to be one that shook the very foundations of British politics. The Tories are leaderless, the Labour is fractured to the core and UKIP suddenly finds itself in unknown territory. Attempting to make sense of the situation will require us to confront three fundamental questions: