Welcome Words by Wendy: Trust Makes All the Difference

by Wendy Edie
eCom's Managing Director

In times of adversity working and doing business with people that you can trust makes all the difference.

Honest conversations

From our team, customers, suppliers and anyone else within our business family, honest conversations are happening on how COVID-19 is affecting business and our personal lives.   Regular contact ensures we all have sight of any issues well in advance, playing to our strengths of planning, good governance and stability.  That’s the #eComWay and why we are a trusted supplier for the Scottish Government, NHS Education, food production organisations and many more essential industries during this time.

Trust makes all the difference.

Closer to home our company is the most trusted institution in our team’s lives.  So we are living up to this trust. Right now!

  • We are doing the right thing by each other
  • We are showing our vulnerability and talking about how we feel
  • We are embracing change by working together.

Employee Trust is such a hot topic (right now it's trending on Google Trends) that we will soon be releasing free content to you all on Trust Centric Business for Leaders, Managers and Employees. 

In the meantime, we are about to release the next "batch" of relevant FREE* content this week on:  

- Leading Virtual Teams

- Mindfulness: the importance of breathing

- Mental Health:  Anxiety

- Designing an Ergonomic Workstation

- Working from Home:  top tips

These are times where business needs to stick together.

 If you have already tapped into our Free offering, look out for further communications.  If you are still to access these, get in touch to request here:  FREE Online COVID-19 learning resources.

Please see eCom’s current statement on COVID:19 and Business Continuity.

Keep safe and keep going,


3rd April 2020

P.S. To see previous Welcome Words by Wendy, please select the links below.





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