Create a workplace based on trust and freedom


  1. Discuss what candor means within your business.
    Candor includes only the necessary information. Without the moral connotations of the word “honesty,” your team is more likely to communicate fully with management. Defining what candor means and what kind of communication is expected will help encourage open feedback and progress reports.
  2. Hire and trust the experts.
    You want to hire the best person for the job. It’s important that each new member is capable of being trusted with their project and can be counted on to provide proper feedback. When they believe you trust them, they will trust you in turn.
  3. Allow the freedom to work and make decisions.
    You’ve hired the experts, and now it’s time to let them thrive. Giving your team the freedom they need to work on their projects or tasks will further fuel trust and drive.


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