Leading Employees With Transparency And Vulnerability

During these challenging times, many of my coaching conversations with executives have been focused on employee communications and the importance of being transparent with employees. Being transparent with employees takes a lot of courage when you as a leader have so many unanswered questions yourself.

Courage and vulnerability will help make a difference with employees who are fearful and anxious. The fact is that the future is still uncertain. And, as people move back to work, there will be bumps in the road. Be upfront with your employees. Let them know that you don’t have all the answers and you are prepared to make quick adjustments as circumstances change.

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Leadership Development Advisor | Succession Planning | Executive Coach, Author | Speaker | Contributing Writer @ChatWithLeaders

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