Transparency is a vital component to making things happen. A Forbes article identifies what happens when leaders are transparent.
- Problems are solved faster.
- Teams are built easier.
- Relationships grow authentically.
- People begin to promote trust in their leader.
- Higher levels of performance emerge.
Based on these five areas, transparency enables followers to understand and assist leadership in ways that move an organization forward to greater achievements.
How can leaders become more transparent in their leadership? Start with communication.
The time invested to produce a system of solid communication raises transparency and its benefits.