Permission to Speak Freely (Large Print)
How the Best Leaders Cultivate a Culture of Candor
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About the Book
Lead So Your People Speak Freely Candid communication enhances innovation, ownership, engagement, and performance. The benefits of hearing questions and uncertainties, good and bad ideas, and honest feedback are game-changing. Yet research shows that most of the time, people never share their true thoughts with each other-and especially not with their leaders. But what if they did? What if everyone could confidently communicate without fearing a negative response? In Permission to Speak Freely, highly acclaimed leader developers Doug Crandall and Matt Kincaid illustrate the benefits of candor, explain the inhibitors that cause it to feel unsafe, and provide tools for leaders to encourage their people and embed trust and openness into the foundation of their organizational culture.
About the Author
Matthew Kincaid, PhD, is the managing partner of Blue Rudder, a leadership development consultancy. His work has been published in multiple international scientific journals, and he has been featured in two widely distributed business textbooks. Dr. Kincaid has led the efforts of four start-up companies and worked as a strategic planning consultant for an array of Fortune 500 companies. Doug Crandall is the founding partner of Blue Rudder. He has led multiple units in the US Army, and spent time in operations at Amazon.com. For five years, Crandall taught Leadership, Advanced Leadership, and Leading Organizations through Change at West Point, where he won the Excellence in Teaching Award. He is the coauthor of two other books, Hope Unseen and Leadership Lessons from West Point, which have sold over 50,000 copies worldwide.
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