Your work as an open leader will be more transparent when you apply this decision-making technique..
One of the most powerful ways to make your work as a leader more transparent is to take an existing process, open it up for feedback from your team, and then change the process to account for this feedback. The following exercise makes transparency more tangible, and it helps develop the “muscle memory” needed for continually evaluating and adjusting your work with transparency in mind.
I would argue that you can undertake this activity this with any process—even processes that might seem “off limits,” like the promotion or salary adjustment processes.
Opening up processes and making them more transparent builds your credibility and enhances trust with team members.
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