That’s one of the messages that Ken Blanchard highlights in his work with senior leaders.
Blanchard underscores the idea that leadership transparency is a key element of success in today’s organizations. That’s because transparency gives employees a chance to see the “person behind the position” in their organization.
This willingness on the part of leaders to share a little bit of themselves helps to build trust and confidence in a powerful way—and it encourages others to share information about themselves as well. The result is greater openness and stronger bonds throughout the organization.
3 Ways to Be More Open
For leaders looking to be more transparent with their people, Blanchard recommends three steps:
- Identify your beliefs about leading…
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