Truth to power: how leaders can create an open dialogue culture
May 24, 2017
If your organisation discourages open dialogue (even unintentionally), it’s going to stifle creativity, collaboration and innovation, and may foster a climate of distrust. Here’s how to break this cycle.
Put open dialogue at the heart of your organisation, enhancing performance through more meaningful conversations between line managers and their teams. Find out how by downloading: The HRD’s guide to conversational leadership
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