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Can your employees really speak freely? / by James R. Detert and Ethan R. Burris

By: Detert, James R.
Contributor(s): Burris, Ethan R.
Series: Harvard Business Review.Publisher: USA, Harvard Business School, Edition: 94 (1), January-February 2016.Description: 81-87, 7 pages.Subject(s): Leadership | Interpersonal communication | Human relations | EmployeesOnline resources: Download from Online Journals Summary: Advises that employees rarely speak up and share ideas or concerns because of either a fear of consequences or a feeling of futility. Suggests that when people speak freely both employee retention and financial performance increase. Offers solutions to create a more vocal work culture.
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Advises that employees rarely speak up and share ideas or concerns because of either a fear of consequences or a feeling of futility. Suggests that when people speak freely both employee retention and financial performance increase. Offers solutions to create a more vocal work culture.

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