Trust in Action Conference Workshop

The Neuroscience of Trust

Discover the secrets of trust by exploring the brain’s processes and learn practical strategies to cultivate trust.  

Join Gerald in an engaging workshop as we delve into ‘The Neuroscience of Trust’. In this session, we will unlock the secrets of trust by exploring the brain’s processes and discovering practical strategies to cultivate high-trust environments.  

Are you curious about what drives trust in different contexts and perspectives? Eager to expand your network with trusted connections? Do you want to experience trust-building firsthand? If so, this workshop is for you.  

Our focus question: “How can we nurture trust to create thriving agri-edu partnerships?” By the end of this session, you’ll gain insights into the neuroscience behind trust and walk away with actionable strategies to foster high-trust cultures. 

Language:        English

Hosted by Gerald Mutua

Gerald Mutua has amble expertise in horticultural agriculture and is specialized in food security programs, agri-food systems, and sustainable agribusiness. He is driven by a keen on developing inclusive and profitable agri-enterprises to impact livelihoods of smallholder farmers, women, and youth, while also reducing value chain inefficiencies and ensuring food safety and security for sustainability.

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