Trust… Is it just a tattered thread in the deceptive corporate fabric?
“Et tu, Brute?” the axiom is often used philosophically to epitomize the betrayal of the trust. The phrase turned legendary, due to William Shakespeare’s play, as the last words of the Roman emperor Julius Caesar to his devoted friend Marcus Brutus at the time of his assassination. Literally the catchphrase translates to “And you, Brutus?” or “You too, Brutus?”The irony is when we deceive someone’s trust, first unconsciously we betray ourselves.
How often do we encounter Brutus in our life? Continue reading