Will your team tell you when you’re wrong?

If the answer is no, you have a problem.

Without a culture of openness and honesty, you can’t really find out where your business’s strengths and weaknesses are. You can’t make important decisions about what’s working and what’s not.

Your team can’t be afraid to criticize.

Today, we discuss how and why to make your business a safe space for candid feedback. By promoting respectful disagreement, you can help your business avoid a fatal flaw: mediocrity.

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