Australia's Most Trusted 2012
In safe hands... In 2012, Australians trust people who are genuinely good, who are consistently the “real deal” in everything they do both in their private and public lives, and who make us feel safe. The results of our Most Trusted poll reveal how important our core values of trust – humility, sincerity and honesty – remain. When a person appears to lack these values, we won’t buy their story. And it’s a common response that plays out across the political, charitable, artistic, scientific, media and sporting arenas. We trust people in public life who are caring, do good for others and are dedicated. All values that are best summed up by one survey respondent who described this year’s winner in almost familiar terms: “He seems to me a very caring and loving man, towards his patients and his family.” They are referring to...
Dr Charlie Teo
For this Sydney neurosurgeon and founder of the Cure for Life foundation, trust is about doing the right thing – every time.
Click here to read our full interview with Charlie Teo
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