Join Todd Dewett for an in-depth discussion in this video Building a transparent culture, part of Motivating and Engaging Employees (2013).
- If you want to build a strong positive work culture,…it has to be built on a foundation of transparency.…Transparency refers to widespread knowledge…of what's happening in the organization…and why it's happening.…When every employee is well informed…and has access to all relevant vital information,…trust in leadership is maintained.…Here's why this issue is so important,…if you lack transparency, employees ask questions.…And their assumptions aren't always positive.…If they lack clarity about the direction you're moving,…or if they lack knowledge of company performance,…they'll fill in the blanks on their own.…
And it doesn't have to be that way.…With transparency, employees feel more a part of the team.…They feel more focused and connected.…Let's talk about what it means…to build a transparent culture.…Consider these four key practices that will help create…and support transparency.…First is timely sharing of all planning…and performance information.…By planning information, I'm referring to strategic plans…
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- Assessing employee engagement
- Providing autonomy
- Building a transparent culture
- Modeling desired behavior
- Using monetary and nonmonetary motivators
- Fostering accountability
- Developing career paths for employees<br><br>
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