Transparency is a keyword which is used in almost every aspect of daily life. It is tossed around like a volley ball, and occasionally, a business will show itself to be truly see-though. The Enterprises TV show reviews how to set transparency guidelines for small businesses.
Everyone who works for a company wants to included in the loop of information. Transparency is important to a company’s culture because it builds trust in the business and its leadership. When people collaborate and share information, the business will flourish. Solutions to problems are found and implemented. Work performances are improved. Employees are happy and management is pleased. It keeps everyone honest and above board.
Enterprises TV also suggests giving managers training on how to offer good feedback. It helps to also give them instruction on how to receive feedback from their staff. Transparency goes out of the window when staff doesn’t trust leadership to offer constructive feedback or receive it. The days of proclaiming “well, I’m a senior manager, that’s why” are long gone.
Share all the news that affects the company whether it is good or bad. Chances are staff already knows or at the least, senses, the bad news. Most loyal employees will want to do what they can to ease some of the pain.
Transparency is good for any size of business. Set clear guidelines, follow them and enhance them as time goes on. In the end, it benefits everyone.
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