Asking Questions Shouldn’t Be Scary

by | Oct 31, 2016 | Insights

What is it that employees want from their managers? Simply put – timely, respectful and relevant communication. And even more precisely, the April 2015 Gallup study finds that employees want to know that they can approach their manager with “any type of question,” indicating the importance of an environment of communication openness.

Asking for help shouldn’t be scary. Here are four tips managers can implement to help create a not-so-spooky, more open and collaborative work environment.

Kerrigan West

Kerrigan West

Kerrigan has more than a decade of experience in internal and crisis communication. She keeps the audience perspective top of mind along with meeting high-level business objectives.

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