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Effective Trust Repair & Emotional Obstacles to Doing Good

Do you want to build stronger relationships or increase your positive impact on the world? If so, check out our new interactive learning modules!

How can you regain trust when it has been broken?

This module is designed to help you after a breach of interpersonal trust. Whether you owe an apology or you are owed an apology, if your relationship with a friend, a partner, or a colleague needs to be repaired, this interactive tool may increase your chances of a successful remediation.

Specifically, you will learn about:

  • the different aspects of trust

  • how to apply your knowledge of trust to construct or request effective apologies.

You will come away with applied examples and a refined understanding of what others may mean by "How can I trust you again?" Hone the skills taught here to enrich your relationships by facilitating ongoing trustworthiness and forgiveness.

This module was created by Yuliya Yoncheva & Maleeha Haroon as winners of our Microgrant program.

If you want to make the world a better place, emotions can both help and hinder your progress. Use this tool to recognize how emotions can instinctively challenge your goals – and how to overcome these challenges!

This learning module will teach you:

  • Why you might have reasons to be skeptical about relying entirely on your emotions as guidance for how to help other people.

  • Four emotion-based cognitive biases that present challenges to helping as many people as possible (these biases all stem from disconnects between beliefs we likely hold and our emotional instincts).

  • How these four biases detach feeling good about a particular action or decision from actually doing good.

  • How you can overcome these biases, and what might prevent you from doing so.

Along the way, you’ll get the chance to explore your own reactions to these biases through interactive questions. We’ll also provide you with a list of resources to tackle these emotion-based biases out in the world!

This module was created by Michel Justen as a winner of our Microgrant program.


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